Anatomy Trains Structural Integration (Part III)

A non refundable deposit of €600 is asked to secure your spot. If the course is cancelled by the participant the deposit will not be reimbursed. If the course is cancelled by the organisation the full deposit will be reimbursed.

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The final piece of the ATSI Training takes you through the 12 series'. In this program, students will build on their knowledge and experience in learning the anatomy, theory, and practice of the 12 series of Structural Integration. Students will work with classroom partners and also with outside models, receiving valuable feedback and guidance from the highly skilled and experienced Anatomy Trains faculty.

  • Supervised instruction in the 12 series
  • Full spectrum clinical application
  • Starting and building a practice
  • Quizzes, review of client session notes, an overview essay and manual work evaluation
  • Graduation is at the discretion of part 3 instructors

Certification, website and directory listings are dependent on completion of all course work.

Please note, in addition to the classroom based ATSI Training, all applicants must receive an ATSI 12-session series (or other SI 10-series). We require written confirmation from a certified SI practitioner (e.g, ATSI, Rolf, IPSB, Hellerwork, Core etc) before the end of ATSI Part II - Structural Vision. Applicants also need to undertake testing, self study and submit essays during ATSI Part 2: Structural Vision and ATSI Part 3 - Structural Integration

Please Note: In order to attend ATSI Part 3: Structural Integration you must have completed an Anatomy Trains prerequisite workshop, ATSI Part 1: 6 Structural Essentials, ATSI Part 2: Structural Strategies and all other requirements must have been satisfied and met.

Anatomy Trains Structural Integration (ATSI) Part Three delves deeper into the intricate connections within the body's fascial system, building upon the foundational principles established in Parts One and Two. In this phase of the training, practitioners explore advanced techniques and concepts aimed at restoring balance, function, and vitality to the body.

Here's a breakdown of what you can expect in ATSI Part Three:

  1. Advanced Assessment Techniques: Participants refine their skills in assessing posture, movement patterns, and fascial restrictions. They learn to identify subtle imbalances and asymmetries that may contribute to pain or dysfunction.
  2. Advanced Myofascial Techniques: Building upon the myofascial techniques learned in previous parts, Part Three introduces more intricate and nuanced methods for releasing fascial restrictions. Practitioners learn how to work with specific fascial lines and zones to address complex structural issues.
  3. Integration Strategies: ATSI emphasizes the importance of integrating the entire body in the therapeutic process. Part Three explores advanced strategies for creating seamless connections throughout the myofascial system, promoting better coordination and efficiency of movement.
  4. Embodiment and Movement Education: In this phase, practitioners deepen their understanding of how movement patterns influence structural alignment and function. They learn to incorporate movement education and somatic awareness techniques into their sessions to help clients develop healthier movement patterns and habits.
  5. Client-Centered Approach: ATSI places a strong emphasis on working collaboratively with clients to achieve their goals. Part Three emphasizes the importance of active participation and empowerment, teaching practitioners how to engage clients in their own healing process.
  6. Ethics and Professionalism: As in previous parts, ethical considerations and professional standards remain central themes. Practitioners learn how to maintain boundaries, communicate effectively with clients, and uphold the highest standards of integrity and professionalism in their practice.

Overall, Anatomy Trains Structural Integration Part Three offers a comprehensive and in-depth exploration of advanced techniques and concepts for working with the fascial system. It equips practitioners with the knowledge and skills needed to address complex structural issues and facilitate lasting positive change in their clients' lives.

Course planning

  • 08:30 - 09:00: Registration with coffee and tea


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