When I found Structural Integration, sometimes referred to as rolfing or S.I., I felt like a walking block of concrete even though I was active.
I lived with neck and back pain, plantar fasciitis, and so much tension. I managed everything in my life, all the while feeling really stuck, trapped, in my painful body. It had begun to feel a bit hopeless that I would ever feel good again.
I begged my chiropractor for a plan and he asked if I had ever heard of Structural Integration. I hadn’t and it didn’t matter. I’d tried everything else and nothing was working, so I limped in for my first session.
On the table, I felt a new connection with my body and experienced a deep emotional release. I had no idea how much emotion I’d been storing up over the years. When I got off the table, I felt lighter and freer than I had for years... and it did not dissipate.
The hope, the relief, the connection between my mind and body are exactly why I am doing this work today. I want to support others in exploring and releasing patterns of stress, trauma, and pain so they can be free to live the life they want.
If you are interested in trying Structural Integration therapy, please get in touch. Together we can get you from where you are to where you want to be.
Yours in gravity,
Cara Ernest, BCSI
Board Certified Structural Integrators (BCSIs) are committed to high quality, client-centered results, and to improving the transformative modality known as Structural Integration (SI). Structural Integration is an ongoing tradition with a genesis in the work of Dr. Ida P. Rolf, Ph.D. SI practitioners are trained in accordance with standards established by the International Association of Structural Integrators (IASI). Practitioners who display the BCSI credential have graduated from an IASI Recognized Basic Training, and have passed the Certification Exam for Structural Integration℠.
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