Structural Integration (SI) is a bodywork approach that addresses patterns of chronic pain & stress to help you find lasting relief. 


  • Move easier, with less pain.

  • Feel more alive & connected with your body.

  • Enjoy a better quality of life.

Stop the downward spiral of getting older and feeling worse.

Aging certainly presents its challenges, but—despite what they say—you aren't necessarily doomed to a downward spiral of getting older and feeling worse. 


You might feel hopeless at times, but with the right guidance, support, and a clear plan, you can overcome chronic pain—and maybe even go beyond just feeling better.  

Reclaim your life from chronic pain, stress, and trauma—and become more resilient in the process.



Not only will you receive relief in the moment, but also the ability to find comfort in your body no matter the circumstances.



You'll be empowered with self-care strategies that YOU will own. These skills will allow you to confidently manage pain when it arises.   



When pain is no longer scary or overwhelming, you can enjoy life, being present for the people and activities that matter most. 

I know what it's like to struggle with chronic pain—and overcome it.


Chronic pain brought me to this work as a client. Now I love helping people discover for themselves that pain doesn't have to be scary, confusing, or overwhelming. Since I started practicing in 1999, I've helped countless people reclaim their lives from chronic pain, stress, and trauma.   


Daniel Akins

Licensed Structural Integration Practitioner


I feel a radical difference from the first time I walked in... I now move with more freedom than I dared hope I could recover. SI has been by far the most effective treatment I've tried. 


John B.

The benefits were immediate, and after completing the series I feel like an upgraded human being! My breath has become more expansive, my mind is at ease, my body feels lighter, and my feet touch the ground more mindfully as I walk. 


Nicole J.

I had tried meds, physical therapy, and rest with no real relief. After just one session I felt improvements in my pain and stability, and after completing the SI series I have to say this is the only thing that has worked for me.


Joel O.

What is Structural Integration?

It is a body-oriented therapy that is better-suited to help you find lasting relief from chronic pain and stress. Clients who approach with openness and curiosity tend to experience significant, often dramatic shifts in how they feel and function.

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The problem is that your body is holding on to patterns of pain, stress, and trauma that no longer serve you.

Unfortunately, most body therapies are either indulgence-oriented or treat you like a machine in need of fixing—but neither of those approaches are ideal for addressing the patterns which drive chronic pain and discomfort.

Structural Integration is a body-oriented therapy that addresses patterns of chronic pain and stress so that you can find sustainable relief. We've helped thousands of people find freedom from pain and improve their quality of life since we started practicing in 1999.        

Start by scheduling your session or free consultation now, so you can stop being held back by pain and stress and start living your best life.    

Book your appointment now to start feeling better. 



We offer a free consultations if you have questions or want to get acquainted first. If you're ready now, then go ahead and schedule your consultation or session online. 



We'll listen to your story, collaborate with you on a plan, and then get to work—that means manual therapy, movement, and self-care strategies. 



After a session, clients often report a sense of freedom in their body. They feel lighter, taller, more open, have fewer movement restrictions and less pain. 

Still not sure?

I don't know, it seems kind of expensive.

You get what you pay for, and in this case you are hiring a fully-committed professional. Also, we don't accept gratuity—our rate is what you can expect to pay. If you aren't satisfied after your first session, then we offer a money-back guarantee.

I've tried everything—massage, chiropractic, physical therapy—I doubt this will work for me.

Individual practitioners of any given approach can vary greatly. Many factors contribute toward chronic issues—these factors are not always within our control, but the degree to which you apply the work in your daily life can have an impact. If after your first session you aren't satisfied, we offer a money-back guarantee.

Sounds like this is going to take too long. I need a quick fix.

Chronic issues often develop over years; substantial and sustainable change rarely happens overnight. Like many things in life, with SI you tend to get out what you put in. Clients who engage with openness and curiosity tend to see significant, often dramatic shifts in how they feel and function.

I already tried Rolfing® or Structural Integration or whatever and it didn't work.

Individual SI practitioners approach the work differently, and the circumstances of your life at the time can influence outcomes. We suggest starting with a single session to see if it's a fit. If so, then by the third session we should have an idea of how it's going. If you aren't getting what you need, we'll help you find resources to better support you.

I don't want to have to commit to a series of sessions up front.

You don't have to. Some people prefer the clarity and convenience of a series, while others choose to take it session-by-session. We recommend coming in for a single session first to see if it's a good fit. You may also contact us to set up a free 20-minute consultation.

I heard this work is painful. Is it?

No, at least not how I practice it. The work may feel pleasurably intense at times, but it should never feel overwhelming. It is my highest priority that your needs and preferences are respected. I will check in frequently to make sure my touch feels both safe and useful for you.

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