Leah Rachocki was certified by the Rolf Institute of Structural Integration in 2004. She began practicing in Alaska immediately after earning certification.
Since then, she has grown her professional ‘tool kit’ with extensive Continuing Education through the Rolf Institute, including Visceral and Cranial Manipulation courses and Rolf Movement work, and Sourcepoint Therapy.
Palmer, Alaska is the home base of her practice, Frontier Rolf Therapies.
Leah arrived in Cleveland in Summer 2015 and established Cleveland Rolfing to provide results-driven, sustainable Health care and education. The allopathic approach (treating symptoms, not causes) that has saturated Northeast Ohio leaves people in pain, unable to participate fully in life.
Rolfing invites people to participate in their own Health, by teaching skills, relieving soft tissue strain/injury and providing reassurance that the body can (and should) be a safe place to inhabit.
Leah is deeply grateful to her Rolf Institute faculty for guiding her development. They are Suzanne Picard, Jon Martine, Larry Koliha, Mary Bond, John Schewe, Thomas Walker, David Clarke, Pedro Prado, Duffy Allen, Bob Schrei, Ray McCall, Carol Agneesens, and Jeffrey Burch.