Foundations of Structural Integration
January 30 - March 2, 2017
June 5 - July 6, 2017
March 20 - May 10, 2017
October 2 - November 11, 2017
July 16 - 22, 2017
March 10 - 12, 2017
in Structural Integration
May 19 - 21, 2017
David Davis and Buddy Frank have been practicing Structural Integration for over 50 years combined and bring a depth of experience and a dedication to the craft of SI. CCSI is located in Crestone, Colorado, a powerful natural and spiritual environment in southern Colorado.
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The Basic Training in this Method of Structural Integration teaches students the fundamental techniques of Structural Integration, and begins the journey into the exploration of the Ten-Series. The Ten-Series is the foundational work of Structural Integration, and gaining a firm understanding of the Ten-Series gives the novice practitioner the requisite skills to grow their practice over a lifetime.
The Basic Training class consists of two different phases – Auditing and Practitioning. These phases happen concurrently, with both Auditors and Practitioners in the same classroom, although their roles are quite different.
Students begin the Basic Training in the Auditing phase, which consists of attending class and watching, listening, taking notes, asking questions, engaging in discussions, and having the opportunity to receive the Ten-Series. The Auditors work closely with the Instructors to understand the Ten-Series, and have specific time set aside to discuss their understanding and their challenges. The main goal of the Auditing phase is to begin the transformation of learning to see human structure. This is the crucial skill that underlies the art and practice of Structural Integration.
After successfully completing the Auditing phase, students continue on to the Practitioning phase. The Practitioning phase concentrates on the manipulative techniques of Structural Integration, and the application of the Ten-Series. Students watch the Instructors demonstrate the techniques involved in the various sessions of the Ten-Series, and engage in discussion around the sessions. Practitioners then exchange the Ten-Series with another Practitioner partner. On following days, they work with student models, closely monitored and supervised by the Instructors.
Upon successful completion of the Practitioning phase, the student is awarded a diploma as a Practitioner of Structural Integration.