Drawing on a wide range of sources – art, evolution, embryology, anthropology, modern fascia research – Structural Integration, based on scientific innovations in tissue malleability, offers a wide scope for self-discovery and self-discovery for ourselves and our patients. It can be a professional life journey in which we can develop meaningful relationships with our chosen patients. Many people put this practical knowledge to good use in the fields of sport, movement arts, movement teaching – yoga and pilates or psychology, development and rehabilitation. Structural Integration also works well in these areas.
At Anatomy Trains, we pride ourselves on an open atmosphere of education where students are free to ask questions and exchange ideas with the instructor, regardless of treatment modality, and we respectfully accept all professional approaches.
We offer knowledge, we test your theoretical and practical knowledge. But we know that the process of deepening knowledge is individual for everyone, sometimes emotionally upsetting, so it takes a lot of humour and flexibility to ride the ups and downs. We offer old-world and new-world knowledge, personal attention and the modern electronic backdrop of the 21st century for learning.
To apply for Structural Integration, you must first complete the courses below:
Anatomy Trains Structure and Function (old AT I and II)
ATSI Module I – Structural Foundations (SE series 1-6, old FRSB courses)
ATSI II exam module (10 days)
After the last course, we suggest a break of a few months until you have gained practice and can complete 16 triple treatments, documented on the BodyReading test sheet and with photos, and write two essays in English.