After nearly a decade working as a bodyworker and yoga teacher, I came to know the practice of Rolfing through my own physical limitation that no other therapist or yoga practice could seem to alleviate- I had chronic shoulder pain. After three sessions, the pain was gone, and after ten sessions I had a new experience of being in my body. First drawn to yoga as a philosophy student over 20 years ago, it was yoga that first helped me to understand the body-mind connection. During my continued search for wellbeing over the past two decades, I have consequently become a thai masseur and a craniosacral therapist along the way. The Rolfing framework has been instrumental in my own healing process (having undergone an organ transplant in 2013); it is a transformative practice that is integrated and complete. When I’m not on my yoga mat or Rolfing, I may be found at the playground with my five year old son, cooking, or playing at the piano.