First mentoring program mentoring by Sara Soltau, Advance Certified Rolfer(R), I started the session 4/10, and here testimonial fo my client after session 4.

"Week 4: Legs and hips – after a three-week, 3,300 mile road trip with limited activity and unhealthy eating, I was ready for some work on my legs and hips!  I brought a specific issue with me to this session: my left knee “clicked” as I walked.  It could be heard in a quiet room and definitely could be felt by Joachim and Sara with their hands on my knee as I walked.  After analyzing how I was walking, Joachim began working at my ankle and then at my hip.  He used a lot of pressure into my hip from various angles and I had to work hard to rotate my leg and then flex my knee.  I have very narrow feet, so there isn’t much room between bones.  Flexing my feet, especially pointing my toes, was difficult.  The pressure was very strong throughout my feet.  Ultimately, when I walked for them to observe me, my legs felt very heavy, as if they belonged somewhere else.  I have had trouble with my right leg for many years, so I know it’s not going to be flexible without a lot of work!"

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4th session mentoring by Sara Soltau, Adv, Cert. Rolfer(R)

August 23rd, 2013 by Joachim Creten

First mentoring program mentoring by Sara Soltau, Advance Certified Rolfer(R), I started the session 4/10, and here testimonial fo my client after session 4.

“Week 4: Legs and hips – after a three-week, 3,300 mile road trip with limited activity and unhealthy eating, I was ready for some work on my legs and hips!  I brought a specific issue with me to this session: my left knee “clicked” as I walked.  It could be heard in a quiet room and definitely could be felt by Joachim and Sara with their hands on my knee as I walked.  After analyzing how I was walking, Joachim began working at my ankle and then at my hip.  He used a lot of pressure into my hip from various angles and I had to work hard to rotate my leg and then flex my knee.  I have very narrow feet, so there isn’t much room between bones.  Flexing my feet, especially pointing my toes, was difficult.  The pressure was very strong throughout my feet.  Ultimately, when I walked for them to observe me, my legs felt very heavy, as if they belonged somewhere else.  I have had trouble with my right leg for many years, so I know it’s not going to be flexible without a lot of work!”