Robin Graber started her bodywork career in 1995 at Seattle Massage School, a premier bodywork school in the Northwest. In completing the 900-hour program Robin became thoroughly grounded in anatomy and physiology, cornerstones of her focus on clinical and therapeutic massage. Following her graduation, Robin passed the National Certification Examination in 1996 and soon thereafter began her massage practice at Abrams Chiropractic, regarded as one of the top Chiropractic practices in the greater Seattle area.
In 1998 Robin began her private practice in Carson City, specializing in working with cancer patients and survivors, as well as clinical massage. After years of successful practice and the desire to further serve her clients, Robin made the commitment to study Rolfing at the Rolf Institute in Boulder Colorado. Graduating in 2003, Robin incorporated Rolfing into her practice and has built success largely by word of mouth. She has continued to study the work, completing advanced training in scoliosis, pelvic dysfunction, and Rolfing Movement Integration. She completed the Rolf Institute Advanced Training in September 2008, followed by completion of certification as a Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapist in April 2009. Robin has studied neural manipulation and enjoys the balance of incorporating this with joint manipulation into her structural sessions. In 2015 she began to explore the deeper roots of structural integration by enrolling in a workshop hosted by The Guild for Structural Integration, taught by Emmett Hutchins. She completed a second Advanced Training with the Guild in spring of 2016.
Robin served 8 years on the Nevada State Board of Massage Therapy. In 2017 she successfully helped the board transition into properly recognizing and licensing Structural Integration as its own profession. She continues to further this mission by serving on the International Association of Structural Integration's law and legislation committee as well as serving as the chair of the Ethics and Business Practices committee for the Rolf Insititute.
Robin brings 20 years of experience to her bodywork practice. She continues to volunteer at the Carson Tahoe Regional Medical Center's Cancer Resource Center for the program she started in 2007 doing massage therapy for cancer patients. Her private practice clientele is a long list of athletes, professional dancers, medical doctors, acupuncturists, massage therapists, fellow Rolf practitioners, chronic pain sufferers, children and people seeking to experience her knowledgeable and transformational touch.