International Association of Structural Integrators

Fascia Research Creates Opportunities for Community and Personal Growth

Bethany Ward

by Bethany Ward

With the Fascia Research Congress coming up, we thought it would be a great time to highlight this piece from our 2013 yearbook. Read all about how fascia research is bringing us together, and how you can get involved! 

Click HERE for the full article.

 

"Neurobiology and Pain Science:

a two-day lecture with the NOI group" and CBSI exam offering

April 11-12, 2015 at
University of Colorado, Denver Colorado
 
Chronic pain and inflammation are at an all time high. More and more, these sensitized clients are seeking us out and, unfortunately, our approach has been limited. Being able to understand and give our clients a pain education is the technology that fills in this knowledge and treatment gap. As with Structural Integration, the NOI approach to pain uses client education in order to free the body and mind from the restrictive patterns that both cause and result in chronic pain.

**If you are interested in becoming a Board Certified Structural Integrator there will be an exam offering on April 10, 2015. Exam cost and application are separate from the event registration. Please mail CBSI exam application and check:

PO BOX 31381
Raleigh, NC  27622

 

School Spotlight:

International Professional School of Bodywork (IPSB)

"A clearer understanding of movement, of awareness, and of touch communication."

IASI will be highlighting the IASI approved training programs in a series we call "School Spotlight". We first talked with Edward Maupin, director of the SI training program at the International Professional School of Bodywork (IPSB).

Click here to learn more about IPSB.