In order to graduate, students must have a passing grade in every course, complete all required clinic hours, and meet the minimum term and cumulative attendance requirements forthe program in which they are enrolled.
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In order to be licensed as a massage therapist in Utah, applicants must submit official documentation of passing the Massage and Bodywork Licensing Examination (MBLEx) administered by the Federation of State Massage Therapy Boards (FSMTB).
The Certification Board for Structural Integration (CBSI), through the process of competency examination and continuing education, maintains standards of ethical and professional practice for Structural Integration (SI) practitioners. The examination process allows CBSI to identify practitioners who have achieved the distinction of Board Certified Structural Integrator (BCSI) to other professionals and to the public. CBSI establishes and maintains standards in order to strengthen the interests of Structural Integration professionals and to help the public recognize qualified and well-educated practitioners.
Please go to www.theiasi.net Certification page to learn more about the Certification Exam for Structural Integration (CESI).
With the successful completion of Structural Integration and Massage Program at thevStructura Institute a graduate is eligible to apply to the Federation of State Massage TherapyBoards (FSMTB) to take the Massage and Bodywork Licensing Examination (MBLEx) as well asthe Certification Exam for Structural Integration (CESI) offered through the Certification Board forStructural Integration (CBSI).
The Certification Board for Structural IntegrationSM (CBSI), through the process of competency examination and continuing education, maintains standards of ethical and professional practice for Structural Integration (SI) practitioners. The examination process allows CBSI to identify practitioners who have achieved the distinction of Board Certified Structural Integratorcm (BCSIcm) to other professionals and to the public.
A system to improve structural alignment and enhance ease of movement consisting of organized sessions of manual therapy of the fascial matrix, guided movement, and embodiment education.
As Bodyworkers & Functional Movement Practitioners we focus on balancing the muscle and fascial systems of the body to improve range of motion, posture, and support pain free living.
Postural Alignment Specialists assemble a series of exercises designed to reposition, strengthen, and stretch specific muscles to correct dysfunctions specific to an individual. The Egoscue Method therapy uses muscles to reposition the skeleton to its original functional design.
Mobility Therapist has been specially trained to help clients with their self-care needs. A collection of self-care tools is used to help the client normalize and balance joint mechanics, sliding-surface dysfunction between myofascial compartments (muscles and connective tissues) and neuromuscular dynamics that limit mobility (Range of motion of the body).
Unique Modalities and Tools bring a regional approach that makes the Structural Myokinetic Therapy more comprehensive for longer lasting results creating better stabilization within the myofascial system.
“The training helped me see the body more as a whole to be integrated instead of pieces of a person to be worked.”
“I went to Structura Institute and got both a massage therapy license and board certified in structural integration it was an amazing program and taught me so much”
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