DIRI attended the 2019 American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA) National Convention.
The Sixth International Fascia Research Congress (FRC) will be held in Montreal, September 13 – 15, 2021. The conference theme will be: Critical Evaluation: Science – Translation – Practice, focusing on the role of critical evaluation and peer review from the standards in scientific research to the assertions...
The DIRI BiAnnual Report summarizes milestones, statistics and financials for 2017 -2018.
Staffers Mary Contreras and Stephanie Sherwin ran into Kevin Torres, Fox 31 News, at the Denver Recruit Military Veteran’s Fair on August 15th. The VA is working with Congress to place new emphasis on complementary heath options for Veterans through their Whole Health Initiative.
Rolf Movement® Certification Training is a distinct and complimentary program to the Basic and Advanced Rolfing® Structural Integration programs.
Now you can become Rolf Movement® certified through three 10-day intensive modules.
Next Intensive Training starts May 4, 2020. Enroll now!
The DIRI Board of Directors Chair, Rich Ennis, welcomes two new board members. This is the second term for Ritchie Mintz who will represent the Central Mountain region. We also welcome first time board member, Carole LaRochelle who will serve in the at large seat.
To learn more about board members go to our board...
The Ida P. Rolf Research Foundation (IPRRF), introduced in 2007 at the First International Fascia Research Congress, encourages and supports interdisciplinary, scientifically sound research focusing on the therapeutic mechanisms, clinical effects, longer-term health effects, and utilization of Structural Integration.
DIRI to serve as a sponsor for March 26-29th, 2020 IASI Symposium in Portland, Oregon. We would love to see you there!
Congratulations to Libby Eason! After a lengthy process, the Dr. Ida Rolf Institute® has been approved to offer our 600-hour Regional Basic Rolfing® Structural Integration Certification in Atlanta, Georgia!
Watch brief, insightful videos of our faculty as they speak about the capacity for transformation and becoming a Rolfer.