Frequently Asked Questions

How can I find out if there is space available in a class?

You can check on space availability in classes by sending an email to us using the contact us page. We will get back to you quickly with current information on the classes you are considering. We often have brochures we can send by email or by regular mail that have location and lodging information.

How do I know if these classes are for me?

These classes are designed for persons with professional bodywork practices. Students should have professional training in a Massage, Bodywork, Cranial Sacral Therapy, Physical Therapy, Osteopathy, Chiropractic or other medical disciplines. There are Biomechanics classes that are designed for Structural Integration professionals and classes designed for other bodywork professionals including massage therapists, chiropractors and physical therapists. The Core Integration classes are appropriate for any professional bodyworker.

If you have questions about the appropriateness of these classes for you and your clinical practice, please send us an email using the contact us page. Let us know your field of practice, your training and experience. Feel free to ask any questions you have and we will try to respond fully and quickly.

Do I have to be a Rolfer to take your classes?

No. Many types of body workers and massage therapists have taken and benefited from the classes, particularly the Visceral classes, including Acupuncturists, Cranial Sacral Therapists and Body Centered Psychotherapists. Many of the Biomechanics classes are more oriented toward structural integration but both physical therapists and deep tissue and sports massage therapists have taken and appreciated the information and techniques presented. Please e-mail us if you are wondering if these classes are right for you.

What times are the classes given?

Classes are generally held from 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. each day. After you register for a class, you will be sent detailed information about the class, including class times.

What if I register for a class and can’t make it? What is your refund policy?

Deposits and prepaid tuition are refundable, less a 25% administration fee, if you cancel at least 30 days before the class.

Are your classes approved for continuing education? How do I get those credits?

All classes are approved for continuing education credit with the International Association of Structural Integrators and the Rolf Institute. For IASI credit, no additional fee is necessary. Except for classes in Japan, additional payment needs to be made to the Rolf Institute to certify and record credits.
For the solving Biomechanics Classes, an additional fee equal to 15% of the total tuition will be collected the first day of class.

Can I take the biomechanics classes in any order or take the Level Two Visceral Classes before I’ve taken the Level One?

The Biomechanics Classes have to be taken in order starting with the class on the pelvis, then legs and arms, then shoulder girdle & thorax and finally spine and neck. The joint motility class can be taken at any time. These classes can be taken in any of the locations they are offered. For the Visceral Classes, the Level One class has to be taken before any of the Level Two classes. The Level Two A class, “Review of Level One,” has to be taken before any of the other Level Two classes. But, Level Two B, C, & D can be taken in any order. Repeating the Level One class can substitute for taking Level Two A.

If I ever took a class from you – no matter how many years ago – am I considered a “returning student” and am I entitled to the 50% discount?

Because repeating a class is such a good way to truly learn the information, Liz offers significant discounts for returning students. The Biomechanics classes, (Previously called, Solving Problems and Resolving Pain) have evolved over the years. It can be a little complicated and confusing to figure out exactly which classes are repetitions of earlier classes. If it has been more than five years since you took a Biomechanics class, a 50% discount will be offered for the pelvis class only.If you are concerned, please contact us and let us know exactly which classes you taken previously, and then we will let you know about your discount.

How can I get more information about these classes?

There are three ways you can receive more information. Contact us and we will make every effort to answer fully and promptly via email, send you written information via regular mail or phone you promptly to have a conversation about your questions.

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Service Times & Directions

Weekend Masses in English

Saturday Morning: 8:00 am

Saturday Vigil: 4:30 pm

Sunday: 7:30 am, 9:00 am, 10:45 am,
12:30 pm, 5:30 pm

Weekend Masses In Español

Saturday Vigil: 6:15pm

Sunday: 9:00am, 7:15pm

Weekday Morning Masses

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday: 8:30 am

6654 Main Street
Wonderland, AK 45202
(513) 555-7856