|KMI Structural Integration Training Continues|
|Monday, 07 November 2011 13:52|
My structural integration training continues in the school of KMI (Kinesis Myofascial Inegration), and I'm certainly excited that the end is coming close. So far I've had 10 weeks of full time training this year, and have two more weeks in December to finish it up. That is not far away!
As that time approaches, I'll be working on distilling information about Structural Integration into a user friendly format which I will share with you. Likely that will not appear on the blog itself, but rather as web pages that may get a quick blog entry pointing to them. For those of you that subscribe to the RSS feed, this will let you know as the articles go up.
The hands on work of structural integration has been nothing less than incredible. I've seen great changes in the people I've been working on, in fairly short order. Structural Integration is done as series work, and KMI uses a 12 session series format, which modifies the original 10 session series created by Ida Rolf. Digging into the format of the series I have appreciated how well structured it is, and how it works to accomplish its goal of making people more upright (by changing their posture via their tissue). I will share this insight as I go along explaining the overview, as well as details of the work. Out of context it might not make sense.
So keep a look out for those posts. I'll make every effort to have the information all posted before December.