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Structural Integration 12-Series


Structural Integration is an advanced form of bodywork originally developed by Ida Rolf (Rolf Institute) and carried on by many, including Tom Meyers who founded Anatomy Trains, Til Luchae from Advanced Trainings, and more.

Research in Fascia has come a long way since the 1940’s. Ida’s concepts have revolutionized bodywork and biomechanical understandings. Tom Meyers learned from Ida, and brought us additional understandings regarding muscle chains, or as he calls it Anatomy Trains.

The Anatomy Trains Structural Integration 12-series helps us to sequentially work through the body to achieve balance and reorganization in relation to the muscle chains that transfer force and tension throughout the body.

The benefits of Structural Integration continue to build even 6 to 12 months after you complete the 12-series. The reason for this is the body’s ongoing remodeling of the fascia network according to the demand placed on it and the half-life of collagen fibers. Your body continues to reorganize and improve after the series is complete, often in remarkable ways. We assist clients in taking pictures of their structure at the start of their series and the end. This provides an additional measurement of objectivity to the variety of improvements that you will see and feel during your series.

Jon Schauer ATSI LMT is a certified Structural Integrator and is grateful to offer Structural Integration to Bismarck ND. The Anatomy Trains 12-Series has helped Jon to stand straighter, taller and walk with more ease. After receiving two 12-series in the past few years, and helping an increasing number of clients complete their 12-series work,  Jon can confidently share about the impact he and his clients have received and enjoy!

The Benefits of Structural Integration include but are not limited to:


1. Ease in breathing

2. Range of motion

3. Energy levels

4. Balance


1. Pain levels

2. Tension and stiffness

3. Anxiety and depression

4. Asymetrical pressure and strain on joints


Introduction to Anatomy Trains from Tom Meyers.

PLEASE NOTE: that some brief graphic dissection content is part of the following video and is utilized to give a deeper understanding of interconnected myofascial structures and continuities.