Neal Anderson: Certified Advanced Rolfer™, Rolf Movement® Practitioner, Rolf Institute® Faculty

Welcome! I’m Neal Anderson and I practice Rolfing® Structural Integration in Loveland.

I believe Rolfing is a valuable life-changing manual therapy that has to be experienced to be believed. It effects lasting change and I loved Rolfing so much that I made it my profession!


Please contact me directly for appointments:
– 706-224-8013 voice or text


Loveland Main Home Office:
2832 Farisita Drive
Loveland CO 80538





Appointment Times and Costs

Initial appointments including time for an intake are $95 for 1 hour and 45 minutes.

Subsequent appointments are $150 for 1 hour and 15 minutes.

Appointments include time for pre- and post-session assessments. Time on the table is around 60 minutes.

Payment can be by cash, check, credit card (including MSA/Flex accounts), or Venmo and is due at time of service. I do not keep credit card information on file. I provide receipts upon request.


Missed Appointments and Cancellation Fee

Appointments cancelled or changed within 24 hours and missed appointments incur a $75 fee due at the following session.

However, I understand life happens and I make exceptions on a case-by-case basis.


What to Expect and What to Wear

Rolfing is done on a bodywork table, but there is more client movement than during a massage. Clients typically shift positions several times in a session to allow better contact to the area being worked. For this reason the typical draping done with sheets during a massage is not done in a Rolfing session. Clients can be covered with a sheet and a blanket for temperature comfort.

The most important thing regarding what to wear during a session is that the client is at ease in the therapeutic setting. Some clients are comfortable their underwear (which is historically typical for Rolfing sessions): briefs and bra for women and briefs or boxer briefs for men. Other options are workout gear like shorts and exercise bra for women, bathing suits, or what would be worn to a yoga class.

What Men can wear: athletic apparel, swimsuit, briefs or boxer briefs (historically typical)

What Women can wear: athletic or yoga apparel, two-piece swimsuit, full coverage briefs and bra (historically typical)

Again, it is most important that the client is at ease in the session and not worried about the state of undress.


Please consider watching the following Rolf Institute® produced video if you are interested in learning more.