Sandy Collins has been a Rolfer for over 25 years, an Advanced Rolfer for 20 years, and is also trained and certified as a practitioner of Rolf Movement Integration. In her movement training, Sandy studied in Brazil under Hubert Godard, a Rolfer and Movement Analysis Instructor at the University of Paris in Paris, France. Prior to working as a Rolfer, Sandy served as an ICU Nurse for 15 years.
Sandy specializes in the effects of acute and chronic trauma, and has a great interest in how movement and functional patterns affect our structure and health. She is also certified in Equine Structural Integration and loves to work with horses as well as people.
“One Individual may experience a losing fight with gravity as a sharp pain in the back, another as the unflattering contour of his body, another as constant fatigue, and yet another as an unrelentingly threatening environment. Those over forty may call it old age: yet all these signals may be pointing to a single problem so prominent in their own structures and in the structures that is has been ignored: they are all at war with gravity.”-Ida P Rolf