About Bridge Morgan

Bridge Morgan, Certified Advanced Rolfer

Bridge is passionate about helping each individual connect with their deeper, more whole sense of self. As a person becomes more connected they may naturally feel the potential for new possibilities in their body, perception, and life.

Bridge's commitment to exploratory learning is reflected in his varied background and training. By studying various aspects of human functioning, Bridge seeks to understand what it takes to regain a deep sense of wholeness and wellbeing.

Education Background:  

  • High School, Foothills Academy, 1994 Graduate, Wheat Ridge, CO
  • College, Lewis & Clark College, Biology, Portland OR
  • College, Evergreen State College, East/West psychology, 2000 Graduate, Olympia, WA
  • Certified Rolfer®, The Rolf Institute, 2002, Boulder, CO
  • Biodynamic CranioSacral Therapist (BCST), The Colorado School of Energy Studies, 2005 Graduate, Boulder, CO
  • Certified Advanced Rolfer®, The Rolf Institute, 2006, Boulder, CO
  • Visceral Practitioner, The Barral Institute, L. Gaggini, B.Schonfeld, S. Sanet DO, 2007-present
  • Neural Practitioner, The Barral Institute, D. Alexander, J. Martine, 2008-present
  • Teaching Assistant, Advanced Rolfing® Certification Training, The Rolf® Institute, 2011 (Sultan, Martine), 2012-13 (Sultan, Keen)

Other Classes:

  • Fractal Biology with Bruce Lipton (1998)
  • Biomechanics Series with Liz Gaggini (2003)
  • Gross Dissection with Liz Gaggini and Todd Garcia (2007)
  • Functional Training with Monica Caspari (2008)
  • Embryology with Jaap Van Der Waal (2006)
  • Muscle Energy Technique with John DeMahy (2012)
  • Explain Pain with Robert Johnson PT (2014)
  • Dermoneuromodulation (DNM) with Diane Jacobs PT (2014)
  • Sacral Mechanics with Jerry Hesch PT (2014)
  • Trauma and Breath with Lael Keen (2014-15)
  • Verbal Skills for Trauma with Anna Chitty (2015).

Ongoing Studies: 

  • Structural Integration
  • Visceral Manipulation
  • Neurovascular Mobilization
  • Biodynamic CranioSacral Therapy
  • Somatic Psychology
  • Perinatal Psychology
  • Pain Science and Education
  • Health-Centered Trauma Work.


"There is one major reason to take Rolfing® seriously: it works. Not only can it dramatically change people's bodies, it can transform their lives as well. Rolfing® is powerful stuff."

-Larry Dossey, M.D. and Best selling author

"Bridge is a highly professional and knowledgeable Rolfer® who is passionate about his work. I would not hesitate in recommending him to my friends, family, and patients. He has helped to decrease my migraine frequency, improve my posture, and has aided me in recovering from musculoskeletal injuries that I have endured. Several of my patients who have also seen him have been very satisfied with their results."


"Three years of knee pain kept me off the tennis courtsand made skiing very uncomfortable. I tried many kinds oftherapy and finally decided that, at age 46, my pain was simply connected to age. However, a ten-series withBridge eliminated the knee and hip pain completely. After three years of trying unsuccessfully to solve myknee problems, Rolfing® did what nothing else could do."

- Tim Boulay, Account Executive

"I sought Rolfing® for a neurological condition I had as well as a injured hamstring. Bridge is one of the most skilled practitioners I have ever been to. I noticed such an improvement in the way I felt after just the first session. Rolfing® is not only relaxing but I feel it resets my whole nervous system. I think even the most serious conditions can benefit from Rolfing® therapy with Bridge."

-Cher Aslor, Pilates & Yoga Instructor

"Bridge is a knowledgeable and intuitive practitioner who has helped deepen my understanding of how the body-- and more importantly, my body-- functions. His work has been a key component in helping me realize my full potential in sport. That awareness has also spilled over and improved my day-to-day functioning."

- Hazel Porter

"Bridge Morgan is a fine Rolfer® who is supporting my desire to be an active older woman - flexible, energized, and free from migraines."

-Mary Lou Faddick, Head of School

"A balance of body, mind and spirit has always been important to me, but I never imagined how profoundly Rolfing® sessions with Bridge would contribute not only to my recovery from a running injury but also to my overall well-being and health." 

-Anne Collier, Teacher

"I had sciatica for two years and tried everything for relief. It wasn't until my doctor suggested Rolfing® with Bridge that I found a real solution. I am now pain-free and couldn't be more pleased!"

-Dee Huff

"Olympic athletes wouldn't have as many injuries if they had appropriate soft-tissue therapy. Rolfing® is valuable for athletes to address the buildup of scar tissue and disarrangement of myofascial tissue that occurs from training, competition, and injury."

-Karlis Ullis, M.D., Olympic Physician

"People with shoulder and elbow problems, with scar tissue resulting from injury or surgery, chronic hamstring problems, lowback and cervical spine problems, people that have had chronic problems that have not been helped by anything else. All these people can be helped with Rolfing®."

-Jim Montgomery, M.D. orthopedist