Structural Integration - Deep Tissue Bodywork, Posture and Movement Education

"When the body gets working appropriately, the force of gravity can flow through. Then, spontaneosly, the body heals itself."
Ida Rolf, Ph.D.

A CrossFit Trainers Structural Integration Experience – Part 1

August 24, 2013 : Blog

This guy has a great write-up logging his experience with Structural Integration. This is part if a 3 part series that chronicles each piece of the ten – sleeve, core and integration. He’s knowledgeable about the body and is getting great change from a woman working in Los Angeles. A good read…

“Many of you have attended my mobility classes, some having even been “healed” by something you learned in the class. However, no matter how much mobility work we do, there always seems to be those nagging little issues that seem to reappear a day or week after we “fix” them. Oftentimes they are related to an old injury or to a particular repetitive situation (sitting all day at work). Fortunately, I do not believe those nagging issues are permanent, and I have been on a quest to fix my own issues so I can bring the knowledge to you guys. Thus, as of late, I have been working with a structural integration practitioner named Stephanie Fish who has been helping to diagnose and correct my movement and postural dysfunctions. While the process is still in motion, I wanted to give you guys an idea of what structural integration is and how it might help find a solution to your own issues, as it has helped with mine…”

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