For Greater Wellbeing

Rolfing® Structural Integration

Rolfing Structural Integration (SI) may have the ability to dramatically alter a person’s posture and structure.

Rolfing (SI) is a holistic form of bodywork that realigns the whole body by releasing and reorganizing the connective tissues, called fascia. It potenially resolves discomfort, reduces compensations and alleviates pain.


  • Improves body alignment
  • Reduces pain
  • Speeds up recovery from injury
  • Increases flexibility freedom of movement and range of motion
  • Improves balance
  • Enhances performance
  • Boosts energy
  • Reduces stress
  • Improves circulation
  • Eliminates toxins
  • Increases body awareness

What to expect

A Rolfing SI session is done on a massage table as the therapist manipulates the client’s connective tissue. A movement component may occur within a Rolfing SI session or be done as separate movement lessons. For best results, it’s optimal to do a series of 10 sessions. The 10 sessions are cumulative and work towards specific goals to systematically balance and optimize the structure and function (movement) of the entire body. It may also be reduced to 3 or 6 sessions according to your needs or wishes.

About the Practitioner(s) Joyce Cruvinel

Joyce has a bachelor degree in Physiotherapy and an M.Sc. in Human Kinesiology. She is also a fully trained Pilates teacher. She has primarily worked with post-rehabilitative Pilates. Joyce discovered and experienced the benefits of Rolfing SI to resolve pain, correct imbalances and facilitate ease of movement. She became a Certified Rolfer ™ at the Rolf Institute of Structural Integration in Boulder, Colorado. Joyce incorporates Rolfing SI and Pilates to systematically balance and optimize body structure and function.

Email: Phone: 416.537.0714 ext. 10


60 minutes


75 minutes


90 minutes


3 session pack–– 75 minutes each


6 session pack––75 minutes each


10 session pack––75 minutes each