Continuing Education

The IASI CE Course Calendar is your one-stop shop to find great SI training programs from around the world. Here you can browse or search our collection of IASI-approved providers and courses to find the perfect class to meet your school, state, and CBSI continuing education requirements, and further your development as a practitioner.

Please note that CE credits are not required for an IASI membership, but they ARE required to maintain your Board Certified Structural Integrator certification. We encourage you to learn more about BCSI certification requirements.

Continuing Education Categories:

Category 1: Core SI studies (36-hour minimum)

Category 2: Adjunct Studies (18-36 hours)

Category 3: Self Directed Studies (18 hours maximum)

Course Category

Course Description

I

Core Structural Integration Studies: Classes and workshops have Structural Integration as the main topic of inquiry and the Instructor must have at least 7 years experience as a Structural Integration practitioner. They must also be approved by IASI.

Category I also includes hours earned in the following ways: 

  • Mentoring
  • Support/study group of Structural Integrators
  • Prerecorded materials
  • Publications
  • Teaching
II
Adjunct Studies: Classes and workshops study theories, techniques, and skills that are applicable to SI work but from a different discipline such as cranio-sacral, osteopathy, visceral manipulation, biodynamics, etc. A student is allowed 1 in-class hour per day and must have a letter or certificate of hours worked from a supervisor. The classes and workshops must also be approved by IASI.
III

Self Directed Studies: Classes and workshops are not approved by IASI. Category 3 educational experiences are meant to enhance the 'practitioners' competencies and promote the 'individuals' development. A short rationale explaining the benefit of these classes and experience is necessary for credit, including an accurate accounting of the number of in-class hours per day.

Examples of Category 3 experiences are: 
• University courses, anatomical studies 
• Workshops and trainings in psychotherapeutic methodologies 
• Spiritual workshops 
• Requirements for licensing or certification by state agencies also fit into this category

 

We also have continuous classes available:
The Barral Institute was created by Jean-Pierre Barral and staffed with international instructors who have finished his apprenticeship program. Visceral Manipulation, Neural Manipulation, Fascial Integration, CranioSacral Therapy, Lymphatic Balancing, and many more techniques are taught in one-six day workshops. Workshops are approved for 6 hours/day of Type II credits. Visit The Barral Institute website for workshop details.

Gil Hedley, Ph.D., works both online and in-person developing the field of integral anatomy as an approach to the study of human form. He is the founder of Somanautics Workshops, Inc., offering dissection intensives to hands-on professionals since 1995. Gil is also the creator and publisher of The Integral Anatomy Series, four feature-length video volumes documenting his whole body, whole person, layer-by-layer approach to anatomy from an integral perspective. He has authored eight books to date, with several more in the works. More info is available at www.gilhedley.com. Gil Hedley offers the following online courses for CE credit:

  • What's the Fuzz?! (5 CE hours or 10 CE hours): The course is based directly on Gil's most recent lab research, expanding considerably upon what he presented as a keynote speaker at the British Fascia Symposium in 2016, and forming the basis of his 46-city speaking tour in 2017. Several different types of fascia are explored with images and footage from the lab in order to explain the different anatomy and properties of the tissues that lend themselves to our movement function. You can expect to come away from this with a perspective that you can immediately apply in your life, in your professional work, and in your movement practice.
  • Integral Anatomy Intensive (6 CE hours): Illustrated with images from the lab and our culture at large, you will enjoy a shift in perspective on how you view and touch the human body, as Gil takes you on a layer-by-layer tour of the human form. This course is quite distinct from The Integral Anatomy Series which it builds upon and to which it adds further insights.
  • The Integral Anatomy Series (9 CE hours): The Integral Anatomy Series demonstrates the whole body, layer-by-layer, integral approach to anatomy as developed and taught by Gil Hedley, Ph.D., since 1994. On-camera dissection shot from the viewers' perspective enables a visual, dimensional grasp of the material with a transformational effect on one's perspective and touch. Characteristic care is taken for the sensibilities of the viewer and the special nature of the subject matter. Visuals are softened with imagery from nature that also conveys deeper lessons about the human form. These visuals are rare, important, and significantly different from those presented in the conventional, regional approaches to anatomy.