The Guild for Structural Integration (GSI) is an association of Structural Integration practitioners and associates who are dedicated to preserving Dr. Rolf’s teaching and work. Association with the Guild implies not only a commitment to professional excellence in the performance of Dr. Rolf’s standard ten-session series of Structural Integration, it also indicates a resolution to explore a path of personal growth which includes the transcendental vertical line.

 

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A NEW EDITION TO OUR BASIC TRAINING CURRICULUM: 
PHASE I PREREQUISITE
The Guild's Prerequisite is an intensive five-week series of classes designed for students who require formal bodywork training. This phase allows students to gain the foundational skills and knowledge needed to succeed as an Auditor and Practitioner of Dr. Ida P. Rolf's Method of Structural Integration and beyond.

BASIC TRAINING PHASE II AUDITOR and PHASE III PRACTITIONER

The principles and structural techniques expressed in Dr. Ida P. Rolf’s series for ten Structural Integration sessions are the core of the Guild’s Basic Training Program. Basic Training consists of two phases: Auditing and Practitioning. Each phase is eight weeks in duration and each training begins with one week of Integrative Anatomy. The ensuing seven weeks of instruction focus on Structural Integration studies. Phase III Practitioners complete the program with an additional week, Practitioner in Practice Week, an immersive 40-hour clinic.

Upon completion of GSI's three phase Basic Training, graduates are eligible to sit for the MBLEx and CESI(Certification Exam for Structural Integration).

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BECOME A MEMBER

Have your listing on the Guild’s Website.  SI “Friendship” status is extended to individuals dedicated to Dr. Rolf’s work. For GSI Practitioners, Rolfers, Hellerworkers, IPSB Structural Integration graduates, we ask for an annual $150 “member” fee to enjoy the services we offer.  Or donate to help with scholarships, maintain our Website, public service and general operating expenses.

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