Structural Integration: Morales Method® Academy of Structural Integration (MMASI)
The Morales Method® Academy of Structural Integration (MMASI) is committed to sharing the knowledge and art of Structural Integration bodywork (as developed by Ida P. Rolf) and providing high quality training to improve the lives of practitioners and clients worldwide.
Train to be MMASI™ certified:
Our 580-hour program is recognized by the International Association of Structural Integrators (IASI) and is also approved by the Nevada State Board of Massage Therapists.
Morales Method® makes available various payment options and financial assistance opportunities depending on need/eligibility.
Please contact us to discuss your options. Tuition represents actual tuition and does not include possible payment plan origination and administrative fees or financing charges. Please contact us for more details.
Note: You must be CMT/LMT/PT/ATC certified to enroll in the MMASI™ program.
Note: Waiving of APK Fundamentals requires approval by Morales Method®. Please contact us for more details.
I’ve received training from Marty in various workshops over the years, but joining Marty’s MMASI program has hands down (ha!) transformed my practice. Marty’s teaching style is ever-curious and without ego, while quietly reflecting his enormous pool of research, fresh perspective, and profound forward thinking. Choosing to make the commitment, especially flying from Los Angeles to San Francisco for the in-person training, wasn’t a lightly made decision, but one that is paying off in a big way. Marty’s hybrid model of study is invaluable for the working professional who is advancing their knowledge while juggling a busy practice.
- Sara Corwin, CMT working toward MMASI certification
I just finished a 5-day course on Structural Integration with Marty at the SF School of Massage and Bodywork. I found Marty to be an excellent teacher on the subject. He brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the classroom and has a great way of guiding you along as you begin (or continue) your path to assessing body movement both visually and on the table, hands on. He's easy to listen to, has a great sense of humor, and seems to bring no ego or judgements along with him as he teaches. In just 5 days, I felt my assessment skills grow by leaps and bounds. I would (and already have) highly recommend Marty as an instructor and as a body worker.