Heart Centered Education
Structural Integration practitioners are trained in the application of functional biomechanical and kinesiological analysis and in what they believe are effective ways of changing a client’s structure. Often connective tissue (fascia) is manipulated to allow body segments to shift to a more balanced position. Re-education of the client’s movement patterns and other modalities are commonly used in the belief that they can achieve or support the goal of improved alignment. This powerful integrated system of structural bodywork has medical doctors directing patients with chronic aches toward this effective body therapy as a way to dramatically improving posture, eliminate overall physical pain, tension and greatly increase flexibility.