What is ROLFING?
Rolfing is a bodywork that helps to restore a ‘natural’ alignment/balance within your body.
If you are interested in:
– Neck and lower back problems that needs other than chiropractic or massage techniques
– Discover for yourself ‘natural’ alignment within your body
– Body awareness that can help body healing
Please feel free to contact us for details
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While I was in the pharmaceutical industry, I had the opportunity to learn many types of bodywork including Yoga, and Alexander Technique. Among the bodywork that I had explored, ‘ROLFING’ – Structural Integration had enormous impact on me. ROLFING not only improved my back neck and shoulder problems, but also brought alignment/balance to my body. In addition, it improved my yoga practice, especially deepened my back bend poses. After completing 10 sessions in Mar 2014, I decided to take European Rolfing Association’s (ERA) Basic Training in Munich, Germany. Since Jun 2015, my activities is focused as ERA Rolfer. The mission in STUDIO ‘ZERO’ is to help find body balance and alignment through scientific approaches including body, mind and nutritional approaches. Please contact me in English or Japanese if you are interested in taking Rolfing sessions.
Hidefumi Otsuka, PhD
Obtained his PhD degree (Majored in Oncology and Immunology) at Tokyo University, Graduate School of Medicine in Mar 2001. After experiencing 2 years as a post doctorate fellow researcher at Nippon Medical University, had pursued his career in pharmaceutical industry. While in the industry, he had hands on experience in R&D and Marketing among variety of disease areas including life style related diseases (Hyperlipidemia and Diabetes) and Rare diseases (Multiple Sclerosis and Hemophilia) for 11 years. In Jul 2014, he took 1 year sabbatical leave and left the industry. While touring around the world, he had been trained as a Rolfer and finished the basic training in Mar 2015. Since Jun 2015, he had opened a studio in Shibuya, Tokyo. He is currently providing Rolfing sessions in Shibuya/Ebisu/Daikanyama district in Tokyo, Japan.