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Structural Integration Bristol

Structural Integration Bristol - To support body posture, alignment, mobility and recovery

Single Sessions and Pricing Plans available

How would you like your body to feel?

Structure equals function

At times you may feel like the weight of the world is on your shoulders (that's gravity). It doesn't have to be. Plus you, don't need to master bending the universal laws of physics to do so. 


Each session is designed to reprogram your body to remember how to work in the way that it was designed. It is a re-membering.

There are 10 sessions in this journey of movement, mobility, fluidity and posture. In this process, you will explore the connectivity in your whole body, not just in a localised part.

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Find one that works for you

  • The Ten Series

    Every month
    Feeling wonky?Let's make you feel more at home in your body
    Valid for 10 months
    • Payment Plan
    • A Monthly Treatment
    • Body Diagnostics
    • Posture Assessment
    • Mobility Exercises
    • Top Class Banter
    • Price Freeze
  • Best Value

    Ten Series Plus+

    Feeling wonky?Let's make you feel more at home in your body
    Valid for one year
    • 10+ Hours of Bodywork
    • Body Diagnostics
    • Posture Assessment
    • Home Practice Mobility Exercises
    • Top Class Banter
    • Coaching
    • Price Freeze
    • Follow up Support
    • Early Access to Online Content & Programmes
  • R&R Ten Series +

    All the benefits of Reiki, Structural Integration at the same time!
    Valid for one year
    • Consultation
    • Intention Setting
    • Body Diagnostics & Structural Integration
    • Reiki Treatment
    • Coaching
    • Top Class Banter
    • Mini Guided Meditation & Sound Journey
    • Home Mobility Practices
    • Price Freeze
    • Aftercare
    • Follow up Support
    • Early Access to Online Content & Programmes
"I deeply enjoyed completing the 10 series of Structural Integration with Blaise. Every session was a learning and have never felt so connected and home in my body. Helped improve my posture, back pain and helped me feel at ease"

Katie Watson

"The Recipe"

Embark on a Journey of Structural Integration: Unveiling the Secrets of The Ten-Series


Welcome to the transformative world of Structural Integration, where each session unveils the harmonious potential within your body. Our Ten-Series journey unfolds in three phases, each with its own purpose and intention. Let's dive into the remarkable journey that awaits:


1-3: The Sleeve Sessions - Balancing Surface Layers


In the initial three sessions, known as the "sleeve" sessions, we focus on balancing the surface layers of your connective tissue. Session 1 enhances breath quality,  while opening the arms, ribcage, and diaphragm. Session 2 stabilises the foundation by addressing the foot and lower leg muscles. Session 3 provides a "side view" understanding of alignment between the head, shoulder girdle, and hips under gravity's influence.


4-7: The Core Sessions - Exploring the Depths


Sessions 4 to 7 delve into the core, from the pelvis to the head, including the leg's deep tissues. We progressively release tension, restore balance, and strengthen support. Each session builds on the previous, leading to fluid and effortless movement.


8-10: The Integration Sessions - Blending and Inspiring Balance


The final three sessions emphasise integration, blending progress and inspiring balance. Sessions 8 and 9 are customized to your needs, promoting smooth movement and natural coordination. The tenth session culminates in a profound sense of order and balance, leaving you with a harmonious body.


Ready to embark on this extraordinary journey of structural integration? Schedule your Ten-Series today and rediscover your body's innate harmony. Unleash its full potential, move with grace, and achieve lasting well-being. Your path to balance begins here.

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This is Blaise

He is the 'hands-on' one of the team and the resident Structural Integration Practitioner. His SI journey started in 2020 initially with the European Guild for Structural Integration then completing his training at The Thrive Guild of Structural Integration in 2022. 


Since then he has combined his passion for communication and semantics alongside his Mastery in Usui Reiki, with great soundtracks and a personalised approach to each session. 

When not in session, you can find him creating songs, meditations and spoken word pieces for brands and himself. He is an internationally published writer, performer, coach and Men's work facilitator. 

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Q1: What is Structural Integration?


A1: Structural Integration (The Rolf Method) is a form of bodywork that aims to reorganise and align the body's connective tissues, particularly the fascia. It focuses on releasing tension, improving posture, and enhancing overall movement and balance.


Q2: How does Structural Integration work?


A2: Structural Integration works by applying manual pressure and manipulation to the fascia, which surrounds and supports muscles, bones, and organs. Through targeted techniques, the practitioner aims to release restrictions and realign the body, allowing for better balance, mobility, and postural integrity.


Q3: What can I expect during a Structural Integration session?


A3: During a Structural Integration session, you will typically lie on a table or sit in a chair while the practitioner uses their hands, fingers, and elbows to apply pressure and work on different areas of your body. The pressure can range from gentle to deep, depending on your comfort level and the goals of the session.


Q4: Is Structural Integration painful?


A4: The level of discomfort during a Structural Integration session can vary from person to person. Some techniques may cause momentary discomfort or sensitivity as areas of tension and restriction are addressed. However, it should not be overly painful. Communication with your practitioner is essential, and they can adjust their approach to ensure your comfort.


Q5: How long does a Structural Integration session last?


A5: A typical Structural Integration session lasts around 60 to 90 minutes. The duration may vary depending on the practitioner and the specific needs of the client. 


Q6: How many Structural Integration sessions do I need?


A6: A traditional series of Structural Integration often consists of 10 sessions, with each session building upon the progress of the previous one. However, the exact number of sessions can be determined through consultation with your practitioner. There may be additional post "ten series" work required or recommended. 


Q7: Are there any side effects or risks associated with Structural Integration?


A7: Structural Integration is generally considered safe when performed by a trained and qualified practitioner. However, some individuals may experience temporary soreness, mild bruising, or heightened sensitivity after a session. It is important to communicate any discomfort or concerns with your practitioner, who can adjust the session accordingly.


Q8: Can Structural Integration help with specific conditions or injuries?


A8: Structural Integration can be beneficial for various conditions, such as chronic pain, postural imbalances, repetitive strain injuries, and movement restrictions. It can also enhance athletic performance and body awareness. While it may provide relief and improved function, it is not intended as a replacement for medical treatment. It's advisable to consult with your healthcare provider to determine if Structural Integration is suitable for your specific condition.


Q9: Can anyone receive Structural Integration?


A9: Structural Integration is generally safe for most individuals. However, it may not be suitable for everyone, such as individuals with certain medical conditions or injuries. It is important to disclose any relevant health information to your practitioner before starting sessions to ensure it is safe and appropriate for you.


Q10: How is Structural Integration different from massage therapy?


A10: While both Structural Integration and massage therapy involve manual manipulation of the body, they have different focuses and goals. Structural Integration specifically targets the fascia and aims to realign the body's structure and movement patterns. Massage therapy typically focuses on relaxation and promoting general well-being. Structural Integration is often a more specialised approach compared to massage therapy, although there are parts of the session that are designed for deep relaxation as well.

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Cranbrook Road, Bristol, BS6 


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