THE GUILD FOR STRUCTURAL INTEGRATION IS NO LONGER CONDUCTING TRAININGS.
STUDENT RECORDS CAN BE FOUND AT THE FOLLOWING :
GSI BASIC TRAINING GRADUATES FOR 1990-2009 CAN BE REQUESTED AT:
GSI BASIC TRAINING GRADUATES FOR 2010-2022 CAN BE REQUESTED AT:
Guild for Structural Integration
June 1, 2023
Hello GSI Community,
A few final words from the Guild for Structural Integration as we wrap things up. We’d like to begin by appreciating the many folks who reached out with kind words of support, memories, and appreciation during this time of change.
The opportunity DIRI has offered GSI basic training graduates can be found HERE. The application for DIRI membership opens June 1, 2023, and runs through December 31, 2023. If you choose to apply for membership, keep in mind that a picture of your basic training certificate is sufficient for the application purposes (and much easier and free for you). In addition, DIRI will contact the Guild directly upon completion of your membership application to request your standing with GSI, this is not something you need to request.
In the event that you require your GSI transcripts in the future, an online record request through Colorado Closed School Transcripts for students completing their basic training January 1991 through September 2009 can be found here:
GSI graduates that completed their basic training October 2009-November 2022 can find information to request transcripts here:
The Guild for Structural Integration’s archived library will be stewarded by GSI graduate and practitioner, Felix Tatarovich, in the Anatomy and Bodywork Library housed in Moab UT. You can contact Felix by text or phone at 801-513-3549 for more information. In addition, donations for this project are welcome.
We are still currently working to make some additional audio and video resources available to the community. GSI will contact IASI with the resource location information and post details on the GSI homepage once this has been finalized.
Though this closing process has been lengthy, we feel we’ve taken the correct steps to leave our students as supported as possible.
We are in deep gratitude to the students, teachers, faculty, administrators, donors, board members and Structural Integration community who have supported GSI throughout our 33 years. All of you have played a role in the making of the GSI legacy. Thank you.
We wish you all the best.
Guild for Structural Integration Board of Directors