425-373-1987
follow us:
Explore our online directory

Natural Health > Structural Integration

Structural integration aims to realign the body by focusing on the fascia, the connective tissues, of the body. By applying pressure to the fascial system, therapists lengthen and reposition the fascia. When restriction in the fascia is released, the body is realigned to the structurally optimal position. (source: The Guild for Structural Integration). Structural integration is an umbrella term of this style of bodywork that was developed by Ida Rolf. Rolfing and hellerwork are specific forms of structural integration therapy.

Related Categories: Hellerwork; RolfingFeldenkrais Method; TragerDance & Movement

Reading: What is Structural Integration