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Structural Integration Bodywork: Benefits For Cyclists

Structural integration is a great way for cyclists to reduce the negative effects and chronic stresses on our bodies of riding a bike.
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Structural Integration Bodywork Can Help You Ease Transition

Structural integration bodywork and massage therapy can help you ease the transition from one sport to another or ease the experience of aging.
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Be A Movement Participant Rather Than A Spectator

Try being a movement participant rather than a spectator. Doing an activity connects you to the community and keeps you active.
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What Is A 3-Series Of Structural Bodywork?

Find out what a structural integration 3-series is and why it can help you address postural discomfort and chronic aches and pains.
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Resiliency And Functional Movement

Learn how a healthy, aligned structure can lead to increased ease of functional movement and resiliency in our bodies.
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Staying Active Post-Pandemic

Although the covid-19 pandemic is certainly not over, things are finally starting to move here in the US in some positive ways. The number of cases and hospitalizations are down and slowly folks are reentering aspects of life that have been on hold since March of 2020. While this is
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What’s Happening When We Breathe?

Of the ten structural integration massage sessions, the very first one is called the breathing session. This suggests the importance of breathing to all aspects of overall wellness. In this first session of structural integration massage therapy, we work with many of the muscles involved with breathing including the abdominals,
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What Science Says About Exercise and Staying Young

There’s a great article out in the New York Times at the moment highlighting some new research on the effects of regular exercise on aspects of aging. Specifically, they share findings on the effects of regular exercise on immune system function and muscle health. Inspiration While no one can predict
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A Few Ideas to Keep Moving in the Winter

As winter drags on and early spring still presents some chilly weather, it can be hard to stay motivated to fit movement into our week. There are lots of ways that might work for you to keep a little movement on even the worst winter days.   Keep it Simple
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Reconnect To Healthy Breathing

How often do you give any thought to your breathing? How is your breathing? Do you know? Are you aware of it? Thankfully, we don’t have to be consciously aware of our breath on a moment-by-moment basis, because we can only survive for six minutes without breathing. Our breathing is
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