Structural Integration is a systematic method of manual manipulation, of the tissues within us, that dictate both our form and function to create greater ease of breadth and motion from head to toe and skin to bone. Imagine you spent day and night wearing a spandex suit at least, one size too small. Imagine what that would feel like and how that might force you to move differently. You might feel as though you should not, or could not, move at all. Realizing this is not a comfortable or efficient way to live your life, you ask for help. I get a good grip on that spandex suit, I ask you to move in various ways, and together we stretch it out so it fits you properly. Suddenly you feel you have space, you can breath more fully, and you have new options within your body. I like to think of it as giving yourself some “personal space” and literally being more comfortable in your own skin.