Research on Rolfing® Structural Integration

The RISI Research Committee supports and guides Rolfing Structural Integration research. The Committee actively solicits contributions for research into structural integration through the RISI donation page. We also solicit and evaluate research proposals for possible financial support through the RISI. We greatly appreciate your financial tax deductible donations and your research proposal!

For the purpose of conducting basic and applied research, the RISI has set up the RISI Research Committee. The Committee reviews research proposals and solicits donations to support meritorious research projects.  Again, we greatly appreciate your tax-deductible donations and your research proposals.

The RISI focuses on research literacy of its graduates by including research in its curriculum.

Please contact:
Vaclav Kremen, M.Sc.Eng, Ph.D., Certified Rolfer, Chair
vaclav.kremen@gmail.com

Call for Scholarship Applications

The Rolf Institute is pleased to announce the availability of partial-tuition scholarships to support completion of an Advanced or Basic training program in Rolfing® Structural Integration. Eligible individuals include research professionals or students engaged in a graduate research training program administered by a university or other recognized research institution. Applicants must be committed to the investigation of Structural Integration outcomes or mechanisms.
 
Awards will be made with the requirement that recipients will participate as a principal or co-investigator in conducting and publishing research results in a peer-reviewed journal following graduation from their Rolf Institute training. Awards will be granted as a 50% reduction in tuition for those who attend training at the main training facility in Boulder, CO.

Submissions are reviewed upon submission. One scholarship is granted per calendar year.
To apply, please download this application and submit it to Vaclav Kremen at vaclav.kremen@gmail.com.

RISI Research Tuition Scholarship Application


Rich Ennis, BOD Chair & Former Research Chair,
Christina Howe, RISI E.D.,
Kevin McCoy, Former BOD Chair