Kevin McCoy, PT
Kevin completed his basic certification as a Rolfer™ through the Rolf Institute of Structural Integration in 1985 and completed his training / licensure as a Physical Therapist in 1997. He has
been in private practice since 1985 and was employed at the world renowned Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation in New Jersey from 2000 - 2004. While working at the Kessler Institute he provided Rolfing Structural Integration to individuals in a chronic pain program.
Kevin is a faculty member of the Rolf Institute. He has trained over 100 practitioners in the art of Rolfing Structural Integration through the Rolf Institute’s basic certification program. Kevin typically teaches one class per year in Boulder, Colorado and is away from his Milwaukee Area offices for 4-7 weeks. Kevin has enjoyed teaching classes in Brazil, Japan and Canada as well as in Boulder, Colorado.
The process of Rolfing Structural Integration is holistic. The process facilitates transformations of personal growth as well as transformations of physical well-being. Kevin’s study of Self Acceptance Training under three of its originators provide him with a strong foundation to “hold the container” in sessions with clients. For more on Self Acceptance Training see some of the links provided in this website.
Kevin is a former gymnast and coach. He is passionate about athletics and supporting athletes in their pursuit of the joy of movement, success in their sports, and assistance in the healing from sports related injuries.
Kevin loves the arts and enjoys working with artists (musicians, glassblowers, painters, actors, ...).
Kevin has served on the Rolf Institute’s board of directors for the past 8 years and served as its board chair for 5 years.
For more information on the Rolf Institute go to Rolf.org.
Rolfing® Structural Integration
Named after its founder, Dr. Ida P. Rolf, Rolfing Structural Integration is a form of bodywork that reorganizes the connective tissues, called fascia, that permeate the body.
Rolfing SI has the ability to dramatically alter a person's posture and structure. It can potentially resolve discomfort, release tension and aleviate pain.
Athletes, dancers, children, business professionals, and people from all walks of life have benefited from Rolfing SI. People seek Rolfing SI as a way to ease pain and chronic stress, and improve performance in their professional and daily activities.