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.
By phone at (719) 285-9460 or
Four-handed work (the practice of two practitioners working with one client) is a unique method for entering into the practice of fascial layering. When we work alone, it can be easy to miss the specific fascial layer that meets the client. Time and life pressures can prevent us from finding our connection to gravity, and we end up giving a session that the client might (or might not) enjoy, but doesn’t necessarily meet them or work with their underlying issues.
With two practitioners the work can only happen through fluent communication. If we are not present to our own sense of balance within the gravitational field, it is immediately apparent, as we will not be able to communicate through the fascial layers. In essence, successful four-handed work demands total honesty and presence. We can’t pretend the work – we are either directly engaged with the other practitioner and the client, or we are not.
In CCSI’s four-handed workshops the students develop the skill of meeting the client. This skill opens the SI practitioner to working with all types of people: athletes looking to improve performance, people searching for a way out of pain, or those seeking personal transformation, to name just a few. When we understand the infinite depth of fascial layering, we become available to work with anyone who shows up – the work will always have efficacy – and be invigorating and alive, both for you and your client.
Learn about our Four-Handed Workshop.