Ida Rolf, research bio-chemist whose studies of the human body led her to formulation of Structural Integration (Rolfing), talks about the future of her ideas, obstacles to general acceptance, the women's movement, the lack of mature individuals in our society, sexist language, training Rolfers, and the cost of Rolfing. Recorded at the Explorers of Humankind: First International Congress on the Bodily Arts & Sciences conference in Los Angeles, June 10-11, 1978. Recorded and produced by Roy E. Tuckman.
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