|Monday, 26 December 2011 13:57|
Happy Holidays everyone!
Whichever holiday you choose to celebrate, I wish you a very merry season! In addition, the end of the year is upon us once again... giving us a time for renewal and new beginnings.
Speaking of new beginnings, my practice will expand with a new offering this next year of Structural Integration. I have successfully finished my Structural Integration training with the school of Kinesis. Their version of Structural Integration is called Kinesis Myofascial Integration. Kinesis means "guided movement," which is appropriate for the work. Myofascial is referring to the muscles and the fascia of course. Integration refers to the connectedness of the body, which is the ultimate goal of this work.
I had hoped to have a lot more information posted on Structural Integration on the site by now, but time has become a force to be reckoned with... and I always lose. I will get more posted soon, as I have quite a bit of it written... but I am a bit of a perfectionist and so will revise it as I post it for your consumption.
I will leave you with this tidbit however... The basic session protocol of KMI's version of Structural Integration is concise and powerful. It creates lots of change in a body in a relatively short period of time. I'm impressed by the work, and I'm not easy to impress.
On that note, have a great holiday season, and check back for more information over the coming weeks!
Mark Pearlscott LMP, SI/KMI