My Rolfing sessions cost £90 in London, and £70 in Luton. A first session lasts up to 90 minutes; subsequent sessions last around 75-90 mins.
Please note that I have only now raised my London fee as I have recently taken my Advanced Rolfing Practitioner certification. This is my first price rise in over three years, and reflects my experience, the costs of my advanced training, and the time I give to my clients.
For clients already part-way through their ten series, or those who have booked with me in advance to start in August, I will hold my lower fee for the duration of your ten series. I am also willing to accept my previous fee (£80) from people on a low or precarious income where we agree that in advance.
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The London Rolfing Clinic is situated at Lumen URC, 88 Tavistock Place WC1H 9RS. Read more about my London venue here. Lumen is just a few minutes’ walk from King’s Cross, St Pancras and Euston mainline stations, and King’s Cross St Pancras, Euston, Euston Square and Russell Square tube stations. King’s Cross St Pancras underground station is served by the Piccadilly, Victoria, Northern, Circle, Hammersmith & City, and Metropolitan lines.
In 2017 I have the following general availability:
Monday-Thursday: 11am* to evening (last appointment 6pm or 6.30pm). Friday: 2pm onwards. Saturdays: 10am to late afternoon.
*Other times: appointments starting at 9am are available on request. Early appointments incur an additional £20 charge to cover peak travel fares. I occasionally offer later evening appointments during the summer months.
I’m often fully or nearly fully booked a couple of weeks in advance, although it’s always worth sending me an email to see if a cancellation has come in. My evening appointments especially can get booked up quickly, but I usually have some daytime availability during the week.
As Rolfing is not a single-session therapy, I try to ensure that my regular clients can access the times and days they prefer. You’re welcome to try it as a one-off, of course, but it is intended and more beneficial as a series of ten sessions.
If you are looking to come regularly at a particular time or day (especially evenings), you may need to wait 2-3 weeks to start your series, but you are then welcome to book several sessions in advance so that you can plan ahead. Most clients come once a week or once a fortnight, but nothing is set in stone, and if that frequency would be difficult for you to finance, or if your schedule is very changeable, you are also welcome to come less frequently or take a more ad-hoc approach.
London Rolfing is not only based in London.
I’m also based in Luton. Yes, Luton: the much-maligned but surprisingly lovely town that comes with its own airport and a 20-minute train link to St Pancras International.
So that’s very convenient for all you cats coming from places such as Hitchin, St Albans, Harpenden, Dunstable, Berkhamsted, Wheathampstead, Tring, Letchworth, Leighton Buzzard, Hemel Hempstead, Aylesbury, Welwyn Garden City, Watford, Bedford and Milton Keynes (and potentially from places on the East Midland Mainline route into London: eg. Kettering, Wellingborough). My clinic is about a 20 min walk (or 5 mins in a taxi) from Luton train station, and there is a pay-and-display car park almost directly opposite (and some, limited, free on-road parking in nearby streets).
I am usually based in Luton on Sundays, but I sometimes offer appointments on weekday mornings.
August/September 2017: I am moving in early September, and so my Luton practice is going to be out of action for a little while (hopefully, only for a few weeks). I’m hoping to resume normal service as soon as I can. Please bear with me! I will still be based in LU2/Round Green.
You are welcome to try a single session, but please note that you really won’t get a full idea of the Rolfing ten series from one session alone. Many clients find that Rolfing has an immediately noticeable and positive effect, but that’s not true for everyone (it wasn’t true for me, actually, when I was client: my progress was slower and more cumulative). But that doesn’t mean that it’s not working.
If you are nervous about committing to all ten sessions (and given financial constraints I understand this entirely), I would suggest that you try at least three sessions.
It’s a good idea to have your sessions about a week to a fortnight apart, but the interval can vary and there are a couple of points during the ten session cycle when it can make sense to have a little pause (if you need to, especially to ease the costs a little). Overseas clients who stay in London for a few days at a time may like to book a couple of sessions spaced over a few days, or a long weekend.
You may also find the information on my page ‘What to expect’ helpful.