Structural Integration reinforces the whole system: body, mind and spirit as it aspires toward balance.
Benefits of Structural Integration
A wide range of effects and benefits may result from Structural Integration.
- Decrease in pain and discomfort
- Increased range of motion
- Greater flexibility and stamina
- Feeling of balance and ease in posture
- More ease and fluidity in movement
- Improved circulation, hydration and breathing
- Increased athletic performance
- Greater awareness of our bodies and emotions
More efficient use of the body can result in increased energy and alertness. Feelings of stress and anxiety can decrease because the body is working with more ease and less pain. Of course, we are not just our bodies but an integration of body, mind and spirit. The experience of Structural Integration may help to release an individual’s potential, promoting positive change in body as well as behavior or emotion.
We evolve and grow as individuals in many ways. SI can help to provide options in choosing ways of dealing with stress. Structural Integration reinforces the whole system: body, mind and spirit as it aspires toward balance.
Who needs Structural Integration?
Everyone can benefit from Structural Integration whether you are seeking relief from pain, interested in increasing your athletic performance, or hoping to increase your sense of well-being. People of all ages will respond well to SI. When taking your individual health history, your practitioner will explain any contraindications that may exist for you and outline clear goals and expectations for your work together.
What to Expect in a Session