Anatomy Trains Structural Integration
Similar to Rolfing, Hellerwork, and SOMA, Anatomy Trains Structural Integration (ATSI) falls under the umbrella of Structural Integration and target’s the body’s fascia system. Structural Integration is a hands-on, slow and steady physical manipulation of the body’s soft tissue often accompanied by client movement. It aims to create systemic balance by restoring function and bringing awareness to one's body. Anatomy Trains follows a comprehensive map of the body's continuous fascia line, identified and developed by Tom Myers.
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