Nicole Corona — who commonly goes by Nikki — is a Certified Advanced Rolfer™ and Movement Integrator. She has been in practice for 13 years. Over her career in Structural Integration she has worked with CEO’s, dancers, world-class athletes, musicians, actors, yogi’s, shamans, fitness gurus, pregnant & post-partum moms, infants, children and plenty of hard working people who want to increase their conscious awareness, feel better in their bodies and do better in their lives.
Nikki’s journey into Holistic Medicine began in 2004. Nikki graduated Vancouver School of Bodywork and Massage. VSBM is where she first learned about this deep bodywork called Rolfing® from her Myofascial Release teacher Amaro Hograefer, who himself is an advanced Rolfer™ with many years of experience.
Nicole began Structural Integration training at International School of Professional Bodywork in 2006 under Ed Maupin a Rolfer™ trained by Ida over 40 years ago. In 2008, Nikki completed basic Rolfing® training in Barra do Sahy, Brazil with the Rolf Institute of Structural Integration. Later that year, she did a two year mentorship with Evelyn Lehner, M.S., who originally learned Structural Integration with Dr. Rolf in Esalen in the early 70’s.
In 2014, Nikki completed and became a Certified Advanced Rolfer™. Her instructors were Jan Sultan, who was also a student of Dr. Rolf; and Lael Keen who specializes in Rolf Movement. Nikki is passionate about continuing to challenge herself in all areas of her life. She takes dissection courses to hone her skill as a Rolfer. She currently serves as Secretary of the Board for South Shore Yacht Club. She co-manages SSYC’s signature double handed sailboat race “The Crew of 2” In her spare time she makes organic skincare for personal use and has turned it into an “indie product line” consisting of deodorant, toothpowder, shower gel and more. Nikki believes that what you put in and on your body is just as important as getting Rolfed for health.