How Do I Book Online?
Click the button below to schedule a session using the convenient online scheduling tool. Please choose “New Client First Rolfing Appointment” if this is your first visit.
I have never experienced Rolfing before and I was a little skeptical. So I tried it with one visit. I was completely blown away with the impact it had on my ankle joints which were experiencing significant discomfort due to mountain biking and skiing aggressively. It relieved pain, increased flexibility and taught me a lot about my body.
I also really enjoyed working with Sukie. She made me feel very relaxed, is extremely knowledgeable and always professional. I have recommended her services to several friends and would go back to her in a heartbeat.
– BJ, Seattle
Does Rolfing Hurt?
Many of my clients are concerned that Rolfing will be a painful experience and are delighted to find that it’s nothing of the sort. In fact, people often remark that it’s more comfortable than deep tissue massages they’ve had in the past, while still being effective at getting relief for tight, aching muscles and correcting postural imbalances.
To learn why pain can be counterproductive in bodywork, click here.
What Are Your Rates?
60 minute appointments are $150
90 minute appointments are $200
Do You Take Insurance?
In order to serve you to the best of my ability, I am not contracted with insurance companies who often dictate areas of treatment and limit the number of sessions. I am, however, a licensed massage therapist in the state of Washington and am happy to provide you with a coded superbill that you can submit to your insurance company for reimbursement. Whether or not your insurance will cover all, some, or none of the treatments will depend on your individual plan.
Sukie is very intuitive and has been instrumental in working through my chronic neck and shoulder issues where traditional medicine has been unhelpful. The sessions can be intense at times but I feel much more relaxed, with decreased pain each time. Sukie also customizes new stretches and exercises at the end of each session to deal with specific issues. This extends the benefits even further.
– Tanya G., Sammamish
What Days and Hours are You Open?
Monday & Wednesday 1:00 – 7:30
Tuesday & Thursday 11:00 – 6:00
I take my latest client at 6:00 pm on Mondays and Wednesdays, and at 4:30 on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
What Do I Wear to a Rolfing Session?
Please BRING OR WEAR appropriate clothing. Rolfing is traditionally done with the client in his or her appropriate (read: you’d be more or less comfortable wearing it at a public pool) underwear; however, you may wear gym attire (athletic shorts for men, shorts and a sports bra for women) if you feel more comfortable.
Please note that capri length pants, compression leggings that cover your thighs and baggy shorts that obscure your knees or have bulky pockets will inhibit the work. I need to see your body, especially your joints (think: ankles, knees, spine, shoulders). Spandex and lycra are difficult to work through (shorts made of this material are fine; longer pants can be challenging).
You are welcome to change once you arrive at the office.
Sukie’s touch is so refined and sensitive that she is able to work quite deep without causing pain. I have a great deal of respect for her and happily refer my clients when I can.
– Leslie Irish Evans, Massage Therapist + Author
What’s Your Cancellation Policy?
I respect your time and request that you do the same in return. This practice enforces a 48 business hour cancellation policy. A credit card is required at the the time of booking to hold your appointment. Your card will not be charged unless you fail to show or provide adequate notice of cancellation, at which time you will be charged for the session in full. No exceptions.
Where Is Your Office Located?
Seattle Rolfing Studio Address:
600 N. 36th Street #312
Seattle, WA 98103