STRUCTURAL INTEGRATION SERIES SESSIONS

SESSIONS & SERVICES

  • SESSION 1
    Inspiration

    Release and balance the superficial tissues of the breathing apparatus, shoulder girdle, and relationship between pelvis/hips and ribcage.  Mobilize the hips to accommodate new position of rib cage.

  • SESSION 2
    Standing on Your Own Two Feet

    Create a strong foundation in feet and lower legs. Connecting the legs to the pelvis.

  • SESSION 3
    Reaching Out

    Create balance between front and back, and the sides. Releasing overlapped oblique structures of the rib cage.

 
  • SESSION 4
    Core: Control and Surrender

    Ground the leg and pelvis from the inner arches to the pelvic floor (only if assessed as required).

  • SESSION 5
    Core: The Guts

    Integrate and balance the legs and spine through the deep abdominal core.  Psoas and superficial core work.

  • SESSION 6
    Core: Holding Back

    Create balance in the "back body" via the spine and sacrum from the heels to the head. 

 
  • SESSION 7
    Core: Losing Your Head

    Balance the head on top of the neck. Includes trap, chest and shoulder work as well as intra oral, facial and cranial suture work.

  • SESSION 8
    Integrate Upper Body

    Rotations in relationships of the arms, ribcage, and iliac crests.

  • SESSION 9
    Integrate Lower Body

    The feet, legs, and pelvic rotational influences are balanced.

 
  • SESSION 10
    Integration and Connection

    The joints of the body are addressed to optimize range of motion as bridges and anchors for the muscles.

  • SESSION 11
    Conclusion

    A review of the series focuses, biases and releases. A conclusion to the work with any remaining considerations addressed.  Most importantly the client is encouraged to continue advocating for himself or herself as they move forward with their new potential.

 

EACH SESSION INCLUDES:

  1. Intake and Postural Analysis – Feedback from the client is considered in my plan for defining goals of the work. 

  2. Deep Tissue Bodywork – based on assessment and needs/interest of the client.

  3. Awareness Dialogue – discussion around the sessions’ focus through understanding the experience and influence of the region being released. I believe that educating the client regarding the relationships in the body will lead to ownership and empowerment in the process of SI.

  4. Movement Education – relative to the sessions’ focus and its influence on the body as a whole.

The bodywork makes it easier to maintain improved alignment. Clients experience longer lasting changes when they apply the movement lessons given in each session.

The standard format for receiving structural integration is in a series of 11 to 12 sessions. Each session has its specific focus and benefits. In combination, the sessions have accumulative and synergistic effects. By following this protocol, a person can achieve release in very deep parts of the body, and many people have found this process to give them lasting change and natural relief.

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