Structural Integrators Course

About the course

The North Carolina School of Structural Integrators (NCSI) offers a comprehensive course in Structural Integration (SI), an advanced form of bodywork that focuses on aligning and balancing the body with gravity.

These techniques, inspired by Dr. Ida Rolf’s method, utilize a blend of:

Hands-on manipulation.

Gait and posture analysis.

Movement re-education to improve posture, relieve chronic pain, and reduce stress.

NCSI’s curriculum integrates various methodologies to develop a proprietary approach, targeting fascial relationships in the body to achieve holistic physical harmony. The objective of the course is to equip you with the skills to assess and address the root causes of imbalance, leading to profound changes in your clients’ health and well-being.

Course Curriculum

Program Duration

26 weeks, starting January 6th, 2025 through July 5th, 2025.

Course Type

26-week full immersion, 540 hours in length.

Phase 1 – Principles and Theory of SI (4 weeks)

Phase 2 – College-level Anatomy/Physiology, Movement Theory, Postural Assessment, Gait Analysis, Student Trade of 11 Series (11 weeks)

Phase 3 – Osteopathic Articulation Techniques, Case Study with 2 Clients (11 Weeks)

Weekly Schedule

Mondays: 9 AM – 5 PM

Tuesdays: 9 AM – 6 PM

Saturdays: 9 AM – 1 PM (Virtual Meeting)


820 Tyvola Rd #203, Charlotte, NC 28217

What to bring

  • Comfortable clothing such as shorts and a shirt that allow for easy viewing of body structure during assessment sessions.
  • Pen and paper or a digital device for taking notes during lectures and practical sessions.
  • Snacks or lunch (a refrigerator, microwave, and eating area are available for use. This allows for meal planning and staying energized throughout the day.)
  • A water bottle for hydration throughout the day. It’s crucial to remain hydrated, especially during hands-on bodywork sessions.
  • Also, bring a student mindset, a positive attitude, and your authentic self to each session. *)