Iginia Boccalandro Iginia studied in New Paltz and Albany, New York at State University of New York (SUNY). Iginia has had a private Rolfing practice in Structural Intergration since 1988 and was certified as an Advanced Rolfer in 1999 and 2005. She has worked in Vermont, Utah, California, Texas and Venezuela prior to moving to Santa Fe. She has worked with both recreational and Olympic athletes enhance performance and reduce injuries. Iginia has also had great success working with repetitive stress injuries such as those sustained by professional musicians, performing artists, and computer users. She specializes in working with chronic pain caused by high velocity injuries, such as car accidents and sports injuries, as well as those caused by poor postural habits. Iginia is a two-time Olympian in the sport of luge .She lived in Encino, CA with her family and moved to Santa Fe, NM in 2010 to continue providing excellent health care and creating powerful relationships with her clients that empower their total well being. New Mexico has moved forward the creation of the Carbon Economy Series an educational non-profit that teaches sustainable principles and practices in Community Colleges in New Mexico and Dallas, a life-time goal for Iginia. As a Certified Permaculture Designer she is involved in many sustainable projects and initiatives in the Americas. She comes from a ranching family in Venezuela and has been an agricultural producer selling at the Santa Fe Farmer’s Market for the past few years. She is currently enrolled in Sustainability Studies and Business Entrepreneurship Associate Degree program and is the elected Vice President of the Student Government Association of the Santa Fe Community College.