How did you become involved
in the practice of Structural Integration?
I first became involved with Structural
Integration while working as a Colorado Outward Bound Instructor.
I spent a lot of time ferrying a heavy backpack through the mountains,
and after a few seasons, my back was killing me. A friend recommended
Structural Integration and I found that a ten-series took the pain
away. I continued teaching with Outward Bound, got into doing Yoga,
and kept getting more SI sessions. After a few more years with Outward
Bound, and a subsequent knee injury, I realized I needed a change.
I come from a family of doctors, so the healing arts have always
been a big part of my life, and I felt compelled by the art of Structural
Integration to make it my life’s work. I studied with Emmett
Hutchins and Peter Melchior at the Guild for Structural Integration,
located in Boulder, Colorado, and graduated as a basic practitioner
in February 1997. I went back to school to study with Peter, Nilce
Silvera, and David Davis, and graduated as an advanced practitioner
in August 2002.
had Structural Integration practices in Atlanta, Georgia (1997-99), and
in Virginia, in the cities of Amherst, Lynchburg, and Charlottesville (1999-2001).
For over three years, I’ve practiced in Boulder, Salida, and Crestone,
Colorado, and currently have offices in Salida and Crestone. My practice
includes working with people of all ages, from infants to seniors, and
animals, including dogs, cats, horses, and the occasional pet snake! I
can work with most medical conditions. Some insurance accepted. Please
contact me for a free consultation.