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Structural Integration is fascia focused manual therapy based on a holistic point of view. Read more below or book your appointment already today.

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What is Structural Integration?

Structural Integration is fascia focused manual therapy based on a holistic point of view. Fancy as it sounds let me explain what this means to me in a more understandable way.

The ”suit” I’m talking about in the story below represents your fascia and I'm still the Structural Integrator helping you ease it up and to come home in your own body. I want you to feel that you own your own body.

Imagine yourself being a superhero with the ability to fly. From day one you have had the same outfit. During all of those years you have been tearing and pulling in this slim unitard while doing your superhero stuff. It is now all twisted, worn out and you have a hard time distinguish what’s pulling what and where. It’s starting to get hard to fly, you don’t feel like yourself in this suit anymore, you’re loosing strength. So, you have been asking for help to repair it with different tailors, without a longterm fix. You need something else and maybe you feel you want to fix it yourself. This is where I come into the picture. 


I am not a tailor, I am the Structural Integrator. My job is to support you and give you the tools and guidance you need to repair your own suit more or less in the following steps: 

  1. First we need to establish the communication. What design do you want?

  2. I will have a look at the design and start the process of awareness. I will try to make you aware of all the abilities you already got and how to use them. We can still use the suit you’re having!

  3. This next step is important, we need to create adaptability in the suit in order to proceed to the next coming steps. Meaning, we are now opening up the suit in a way for us to start working on it to look like the design we aimed for in the beginning.

  4. Step 4 is to make the flow going. Together we will make you feel the flow going through the hands and the whole body when sewing it together again.

  5. When you now trying it on again, you will probably feel a rather nice ease wearing it. It is no longer pulling you down or making you feel restricted in the same way, but instead lifting you up and making you ready to build up the strength again. 

  6. At this point my guidance is more or less over, you can now be on your way again and hopefully you leave me feeling that you have come home and that you are owning your own suit.

How do I know if Structural Integration is for me?

Below is a guidance list of reasons you may take into account deciding if this is for you or not. The list is only a guidance, so if you have any questions or wanna know more contact me!

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Structural Integration is for you if

  • You have chronicle pain

  • You have imbalances in your body and mind

  • You are stressed

  • You want to get to know yourself better

  • You want to improve your kinesthesia 

  • You wanna become more active again

  • You actively want to change

  • You are ready to meet yourself

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Structural Integration is not for you if

  • You’re feeling like life is perfect and you don’t need anything to change

  • You’re looking for a massage

  • You don’t want me to go deep both tissue wise and mentally

  • You’re looking for a quick fix

  • You only want me to touch the sore area

  • You want to have the same treatment as everyone else

  • You’re pregnant

  • You’re not ready to meet yourself

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