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New Rolfing Practice, Tucson Structural Bodywork, Opens

Megan A. Cox

Certified Rolfer Megan A. Cox has opened a new practice, Tucson Structural Bodywork, where she provides clients with a personalized, educational and self-empowering bodywork experience with the goal of decreasing stress and tension, while increasing awareness, comfort and functionality.

Cox is a recent graduate of the Rolf Institute of Structural Integration, in Boulder, Colorado, and stands apart from the bodywork community not only as one of few practicing Rolfers in southern Arizona, but also as a trained medical anthropologist and the daughter of a Rolfer and a naturopath. She is driven by a lifetime of experience in the holistic paradigm and believes deeply in the power of integrative care.

Rolfing is a type of bodywork that reorganizes soft tissue in order to facilitate greater comfort and ease in mobility. Rolfing is known for its holistic approach to the body, integrating function and form.

 

For more information, call 520-390-0379, email [email protected] or visit TucsonStructuralBodywork.com.

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