About Amy

Amy received the Rolfing® Structural Integration series in 2000 after an injury from a bicycle accident left her with ongoing discomfort in her neck, shoulder and back. Rolfing relieved the discomfort, improved her range of motion, and allowed for a greater enjoyment of her life. Amy was touched by the possibilities that Rolfing opened for her, and wanted to share the possibility for enhanced movement and expression with others.

Amy attended the Rolf Institute of Structural Integration in Boulder, Colorado. Amy was certified as a Rolfer™ in 2003. The training consists of 725 classroom hours of anatomy, physiology, kinesiology, ethics and Rolfing technique for those who have demonstrated ability in manual therapy, as well as the maturity and sensitivity to work with people using this technique. Amy completed her Rolf Movement Certification in 2006, and the Advanced Rolfing Training in 2011. She became a Board Certified Structural Integrator in 2006. Amy studies the Pilates Method and became a Pilates Method Alliance Certified Pilates Instructor in 2008. She teaches private Pilates mat, small equipment and reformer lessons at her studio. Amy teaches workshops in anatomy, functional movement and core stability for Pilates and Yoga teachers and students.

Amy’s interests in movement, consciousness and healthful living dovetail in her work as a Rolfer. She also likes gardening, music, hiking, and dogs.