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Kinesis Myofascial Integration, (structural integration) known as KMI for short, is a multi-session protocol of sensitively-applied deep tissue manipulation combined with movement education. KMI is designed to restore structural balance, ease and fluidity of movement, and a feeling of “comfortably fitting in your own skin”.

KMI is a synthesis of the fascial work of Dr. Ida P. Rolf (known as Rolfing), the movement insights of Dr. Moshe Feldenkrais, the whole-systems geometry of Buckminster Fuller, and many other influences, as developed by Thomas Myers, author of Anatomy Trains, and a 30+ year practitioner of Structural Integration.

KMI certified practitioners employ a wide array of touch and movement via a thorough understanding of the Anatomy Trains concepts. This provides a clarifying map for analyzing whole-body soft tissue patterns, and guides the application of techniques in treatment for the entire body.