When I first began practicing massage, I felt like I had found an important piece of my life’s work … almost. While I appreciated the mechanics of therapeutic massage, I felt like there was something amiss—half philosophical and half physics—that I couldn’t quite put my finger on.
Then one summer afternoon in 2010, I was reading an article by Tom Myers in textbook, and literally every other sentence I had to put the book down, overwhelmed by a sense of “wow, yes! that’s so it …” There was something about the way he spoke to bodywork’s underlying structure of tying together this whole physical being we tend to call “me” that really, really grabbed me.
I decided, “I want that.” And, sure as fate would have it, this method of Structural Integration was having a class in Seattle 2011. I just graduated.
I’m currently able and excited to offer this work in two formats. One is a KMI Structural Bodywork 3-series. It’s a really fantastic, effective format for positive structural change.
The other is a full KMI Structural Integration series. That’s 12 sessions moving towards real, lasting, significant balance in their bodies. This kind of work tends to really help folks with long-standing pain issues.
Let me know if you have questions or just want to chat, por favor. You may find it helpful, too, to first check out my blog post on what it’s all about.
It’s all meant to initate change (for the better) in your posture, your movement, your energy, and your general dynamism to adapt to all that life demands.