July 12, 2019

As a Morales Method® Practitioner, I like to think I dodge the confinement of “the” answer, a formula, and certainty, quite like Neo dodges bullets. Instead, allowing for stillness and listening by sitting in the question when engaging in the art of Structural Integrat...

March 28, 2019

I recently promoted a Trigger Point Therapy workshop being taught by a Morales Method® Certified Instructor and I was posed an interesting question.

It went (sort of) like this: “How is your approach different from the classic approach to Trigger Point Therapy?”

This is...

February 14, 2019

What you see above is the last business card I've owned.  The website and address are old, only the phone number is still current!  Even my title has changed.  Why am I showing you this?  Because I'm of the philosophy that you don't really need a business card in order...

August 24, 2018

If I had a nickel every time someone asked me about cellulite I would probably be able to take my wife out for ice cream (in San Francisco!).

I’ve talked with a lot of clients and students about this topic and I thought I’d throw my hat in the ring so to speak and let y...

June 13, 2018

Here goes.  I’m jumping into the shark tank!
 

So, a bit ago I was privy to an email that was sent by a student of Structural Integration (let’s name them “Nat” to protect the innocent) to one of my SI students.  I don’t know completely the reason Nat reached out my stu...

May 6, 2018

A while back I read an article in a trade magazine (name withheld to protect the innocent) relating to managing your own business.  I noticed a lot of the points mentioned were your standard marketing content that I received back in my massage business classes.  As I k...

March 14, 2018

My dad was a dj, so I'm no stranger to the microphone.

I was invited to do a podcast with "How's the Pressure?", a podcast all about bodywork. Hear me discuss Structural Integration, how it started and how we've branched off from its original form.

And don't forget to ch...

January 19, 2018

Dr. Vladimir Janda’s Upper Crossed Syndrome was an eye opener for many practitioners.  In it Dr. Janda stated that a syndrome occurred when people were exhibiting slumped shoulders.  Not only were the shoulders slumped but a muscle imbalance and muscle weakness pattern...