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.
Myofascial Release // Deep Tissue Therapy // Trigger Point Therapy // Myofascial Dry Needling // ATSI 12 & 3 Series
Based on the innovative Scar Tissue Integration work of Sharon Wheeler
“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
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