Structural Integration (often called Rolfing) aims to balance and align the body’s structure within the field of gravity. Developed by Ida P. Rolf, it follows a specific sequence of deep tissue work and sensorimotor education over the course of ten sessions each with specific structural goals. The ten sessions work sequentially, to open, align, balance, and integrate the body’s tissues – working both broadly and deeply throughout the body.
Tim attended the Utah College of Massage Therapy in 1998 where he learned Structural Integration from Norman Cohn and Andy Crow who had both been directly taught by Ida Rolf. Tim was one of the first students for their Structural Integration program of the career track and after learning the method remained at UCMT for several more years as a teaching assistant and instructor of the SI track.