London Rolfing Clinic
Lumen United Reformed Church & Community Centre
88 Tavistock Place
07478 271235 / 07478 271235
London Rolfing is run by Naomi Wynter-Vincent, certified Rolfer™, yoga teacher and massage therapist.
Rolfing is a physical therapy and movement education based on the work of Dr Ida Rolf. Oddly named but powerful, it is a structured course of treatment that can address chronic posture problems and unresolved injuries. Rolfers are particularly concerned with posture, with connective tissue (fascia) and with the effects of gravity on the body.
The Rolfing ten series offers a ‘tune-up’ for the whole body and is particularly helpful in addressing the root causes of muscular-skeletal pain conditions that arise from postural habits and unrehabilitated injuries.
Athletes and exercise enthusiasts, such as runners, cyclists, golfers and yoga students may find that Rolfing enables them to develop and refine their performance by correcting postural misalignment and releasing stored tension. Rolfing is generally a safe and helpful therapy for everyone.
"Naomi is one of the most genuine therapists I had pleasure to meet. She is patient, warm, insightful, generous and funny. I always look forward to each session as I always learn something new from it, apart from feeling re-invigorated."
Training, qualifications & experience
Naomi Wynter-Vincent is the founder of London Rolfing. She is a certified Rolfer™, having completed her training at the British Academy of Rolfing Structural Integration, an affiliate of the European Rolfing Association and the Rolf Institute of Structural Integration.
Naomi is also a qualified yoga teacher (RYT 200, YogaLondon), YMCA exercise-to-music instructor, massage therapist, reflexologist and aromatherapist.
She also holds a first degree from Cambridge University, Masters degrees from the University of Sussex and UCL, and a PhD in psychoanalysis and literature from the University of Sussex, focusing on the work of Wilfred Bion.
Other available therapies
Rolfing structural integration
£80 in London and £60 in Luton
If you have been diagnosed with or suspect you may have a pre-existing medical condition you should consult your GP for advice, diagnosis and treatment and always inform your health professional before starting any alternative or additional therapies, treatments or making any major changes in your diet or exercise programme.
Maps & Directions
London: Mon-Sat, usually 11am, 2pm, 4pm, 6pm or 6.30pm (not Sat evening). Early morning appointments available for additional fee. Luton: Sat-Sun; some availability Mon-Fri for women only.