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Ocean Rocks

Structural Integration Hip Series

Do you have tight hips? Are you ready to let go of the structural restrictions that are holding you back?

These 4 60 minute sessions are focused on improving leg movement at the hip, sacrum movement and stabilization, and the relationship between the pelvis and low back. 

There is an opportunity to add a 5th session focused on the head and its relationship with the pelvis. This session isn't right for everyone at the end of the hip series. I will offer only it if I think it's beneficial to your specific si.

Why Structural Integration

  • Poor posture

  • Movement restrictions

  • Mobility restrictions

  • Sports injuries

  • Plantar fasciitis

  • Chronic pain

  • Tight hips

  • Low back pain

Benefits of Structural Integration

  • Increased flexibility

  • Increased range of motion

  • Increased energy

  • Increased athletic performance

  • Feeling more at home in your body

  • Improved body awareness

  • Improved coordination

  • Less injury prone

  • Less aches and pains

Session 1

The first session is where we get to know each other, establish a starting point, and talk about goals for the series. The first session deals with improving movement of the leg as it attaches to the hip.

Session 3

In the third session, we focus on movement of the sacrum and how it interacts with the low back and pelvis. This session is the 'spiciest' of all the sessions and often delivers the most change.

Session 2

We continue discussing goals and exploring the level of touch needed for change in your body. The second session focuses on lateral movement of the hip in movement, especially in walking.

Session 4

The fourth session is the last of the hip sessions. This is where we address the psoas and iliacus, which have a strong influence on hip and low back pain. This is a great place to stop and see how your hips continue to open up or you can continue right into the 12 series for whole body alignment.

What Our Clients Say

Bella G.

Confident Woman

Rock has taught me that Structural Integration is truly for everyone, and the earlier you start, the better. Our bodies are so much more malleable when we are younger, not just from a physical standpoint, but emotionally as well. We don’t have as many years of bad physical form and built up emotional tension stored in our bodies. By the time we are in pain, undoing all of those years can be time consuming and much more intense. What a gift this would be to start Structural Integration at adolescence, and have a “tune up” every few years. In our day and age of sedentary lifestyles and heavy technology use, I really think we would all be so much better off!

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