Small Move Yields Big Results for Pensacola’s Certified Rolfer




Sharalee Hoelscher

Sharalee Hoelscher has relocated her Rolfing and craniosacral practice from Cordova Square in Pensacola to a larger space in a newly remodeled building right next door—suite 22 of the Madison Park Office Complex at 12th and Bayou. It was a small move with big results, Hoelscher says.

“I made the move in order to offer ample parking in a building that’s easier to find,” she says. “My old location was quite good, but my clients agree that the new location is much better. It’s peaceful, private, upscale and spacious—exactly what I envisioned for my clients to feel completely at ease and get the most out of their sessions.”  

As Pensacola’s only certified Rolfer and registered craniosacral therapist, Hoelscher says she has a passion for resolving the source of painful symptoms so they don’t return. “Rolfing is a specialized type of physical rehabilitation that gets the body moving freely without pain,” she says. “It works to get ligaments, tendons and the tissues that support joints, organs and muscles into the right position so they can function correctly and the body can move painlessly, as it’s designed to.”  

She says Rolfing may resolve back or neck pain; limited movement or pain in the shoulder, elbow, wrist, hip, knee, ankle, hand or foot; new, old or recurring injuries; poor posture; and problems that get only temporary relief from other treatments. Craniosacral therapy balances the nervous system and can address anxiety, insomnia, PTSD and other nervous system related disorders.

Hoelscher has been a bodyworker in private practice for 25 years (license number MA34039).​

For appointments or more information, contact Hoelscher at 850-450-8508 or HealingWithBodywork.com.

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