Wellington Body-Focused Expert Provides Alternative and Effective Therapy

Heather Wright

“I’ve always explored every treatment…what’s been most helpful for me is Rolfing”

Bessel van der Kolk, author of The Body Keeps the Score: Brain, Mind, and Body in the Healing of Trauma


Heather R. Wright is the owner of Compassionate Rolfing, LLC located in Wellington, Colorado. She is a Certified Advanced Rolfer with over 15 years of experience offering bodywork that is effective but never painful. Compassionate Rolfing is a local body-focused therapy practice offering client-centered sessions that work with the underlying patterns that support regulation and capacity by working with a client’s awareness, bodily sensations, and breath. This integrative embodied approach gets at the root of pain patterns and dysregulation. 

Along with offering Certified Advanced Rolfing, Heather blends Somatic Experiencing, SourcePoint Therapy, Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy, Embodied Meditation Instruction, and The Safe and Sound Protocol for personalized Somatic Integration sessions. 

Rolfing was developed by Dr. Ida P. Rolf. Rolfing is a holistic bodywork therapy that is proven to help with chronic pain patterns and symptoms of dysfunction in the body. Heather trained with several of Dr. Rolf’s students, including Dr. Peter Levine, an internationally recognized traumatologist who developed the Somatic Experiencing modality.

Many of the people who come to Compassionate Rolfing are overwhelmed with intense symptoms that severely compromise their lives. Heather specializes in assisting clients by improving their regulation and capacity while relieving their pain with Rolfing techniques. 

Common complaints Compassionate Rolfing specializes in are:

  • Chronic Pain and Migraines
  • Nervous System Dysregulation
  • Anxiety and Depression
  • Exhaustion and Fatigue
  • Whiplash and Auto Accident Injuries
  • Burnout and Overwhelm
  • Work-related pain
  • Post-partum Recovery

The Compassionate Rolfing studio is located off of North 3rd Street in Old Town Wellington. The studio serves northern Colorado and southern Wyoming and has been in business for over 15 years.


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