Happy Birthday Dr. Ida P. Rolf!!

During this time of reflection, let us take this opportunity to consider this quote from Dr. Rolf:


"This is an important concept: that practitioners are integrating something; we are not restoring something. This puts us in a different class from all other therapists that I know of. It takes us out of the domain designated by the word "therapy," and puts us in the domain designated by the word "education." It puts our thinking into education: how can we use these ideas behind Structural Integration? How do we put a body together so that it's a unit, an acting, energy efficient unit? One of the differences between Structural Integration Practitioners and practitioners of medicine, osteopathy, chiropractic, naturopathy, etc., is that the latter are all relieving symptoms. They make no effort to put together elements into a more efficient energy system." ~ Dr. Ida P. Rolf




IASI Presents Our 2014 Annual Report

"'It's good to have an end to journey toward; but it's the journey that matters, in the end.' (Earnest Hemingway), and oh what a journey it has been!"






School Spotlight: Institute of Structural Medicine

The Institute of Structural Medicine (ISM) was established in 2000, and offers a 4-year program that trains practitioners to address multiple involved patient pathologies, as well as learn the 10-session SI series. CLICK HERE to learn more!