To apply for the Basic Training program:
Please submit the following application materials at least one month prior to the training start dates. A $100.00 new student application fee will be collected upon material submission. Early registration is encouraged.
Letter of Application
This is the heart of the application in which you communicate who you are…who you are becoming…and what major events and influences have helped shape you. Include a detailed discussion of how your Structural Integration/Rolfing sessions have affected your body, your movement and your life. Be specific. Discuss why you want to be trained in the work of Structural Integration.
Education & Work Experience
Using an outline form, summarize your educational and employment history; massage/bodywork training and experience: your participation in other trainings and workshops; and leisure-time pursuits. List your mailing address, email address, telephone number(s).
Letter(s) of Recommendation
You may obtain letters of recommendation from your Structural Integration Practitioner(s) and include them in your application or have them sent directly to the Guild office. (Please note: if you have difficulty in obtaining these letters, discuss this with the Guild staff.)
If applicable, please provide transcripts of your studies in human anatomy and human physiology and other courses related to preparation for Structural Integration training. If courses have been audited or taken for no credit, ask each instructor to write a letter discussing your participation in the class.
Current Massage License or other certificates/diploma may also be submitted.
A recent photograph of yourself.
You may submit your application through the form below, via email or standard mail.
Application materials may be sent to:
Guild for Structural Integration
2180 East 4500 South STE 245
Holladay, UT 84117
or emailed to:
Upon acceptance into the program, you will be sent an Enrollment Agreement, Standards of Practices, Code of Ethics, and a request for the refundable class deposit.