NICK PEPPER, CERTIFIED ROLFER®
Developing an integrated dynamic structure has always been the primary principle of my training and teaching.
In my experience, adaptability and efficiency in all movements are best found by primarily establishing a balance of tension in the soft tissues of the body.Prior to graduating from RISI (Rolfing® Institute of Structural Integration) in Colorado, I have studied and taught a range of martial arts and grappling styles.
It is my belief that as you become more in tune with your body that this manifests into all aspects of your experience of reality. When you have heightened awareness of breath, balance, posture and vitality you feel good and this perception has an impact across all aspects of your life.
I believe posture and movement have a significant relationship to ones health and quality of life and shifts in body image and pain perceptions can really relate to improved functional expression.
“Its not what you do but how you do it”.