Brad Jones has moved his Rolfing Bellingham practice to The Metta Center at 1310 Broadway St., Suite 2D.
Jones, who holds a designation as a Certified Advanced Rolfer, said Rolfing is a system of hands-on bodywork that brings the body into a better alignment, resulting in less pain, greater flexibility and improved physical abilities, Jones said. A key component is movement education, he added.
Jones’ designation signifies his level of experience and completion of extensive training in anatomy, physiology and kinesiology.
“Rolfing can help people in all walks of life – from sedentary to highly athletic—find new joy in using their bodies,” Jones said, in a press release. “Rolfing is an effective approach to address chronic neck, back and joint pain, poor posture, tension, anxiety and the after-effects of accidents and injuries.”
An open house for the new location is planned from 5-7 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 8. Coffee, tea and treats will be provided, and a drawing for prizes is scheduled for 6:30 p.m.
Other practitioners at The Metta Center, which will celebrate its one-year anniversary during the open house, are yoga instructor John Hawkins and Lise Waugh, who specializes in Thai yoga therapy.
Rolfing Bellingham is open from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.
For more information, call Jones at 360-255-1557 or visit www.RolfingBellingham.com.