• Personalised bodywork for those experiencing chronic pain, muscle tension and discomfort, who want to be empowered and revitalised through functional movement therapy.

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Imagine for a moment…the feeling of having a light, fluid and balanced body – free of pain, stiffness and chronic stress. 

A body that is flexible, and at ease with itself, as well as the earth’s gravitational field.

 These are the goals of Structural Integration.

 

STRUCTURAL INTEGRATION (SI) is a type of bodywork that focuses on the connective tissue, or fascia, of the body. Fascia surrounds muscles, groups of muscles, blood vessels, organs, and nerves, binding some structures together while permitting others to slide smoothly over each other.
~ The International Association of Structural Integration (IASI)

 

Emma Simpson, Board Certified Structural Integrator uses a variety of advanced structural integration, bodywork and myofascial integration techniques, as well as yoga therapy in her Lilyfield and Balmain clinics to get your body moving as it was perfectly designed to do — unencumbered by pain and tight, compressed muscles, joints and connective tissue.
 
Functional fascia is the body’s infrastructure for creating fluid movement, and movement is medicine – both for the body and the mind.

 

“When the body gets working appropriately, the force of gravity can flow through,
then spontaneously the body heals itself.”

~ IDA ROLF

what you can expect

working together

 

Communication

Communication

Client feedback encouraged and welcomed

One-on-one attention

One-on-one attention

Strong practitioner-to-client relationship is important and every client is unique

Personalised treatments

Personalised treatments

No cookie cutter programs; customised programs to each person’s unique needs

Comfortable, safe space

Comfortable, safe space

Professional, modern, spacious and relaxing studio environment.

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