Hellerwork Structural Integration is a unique and transformative work based on the inseparability of body, mind, and spirit and the assumption that every person is innately healthy.
It is a powerful system of somatic education and structural integration bodywork designed to realign our bodies and movement in gravity. Working with the body fascia increases the availability of health, energy, flexibility, and self expression. The 11-session series changes your relationship with your body and your experience of being alive. Completing the series is optimal; single sessions are also an option.
Combining Bodywork, Movement Education and Dialogue, Hellerwork helps the client develop a deeper awareness of their body and their expression in the world.
Hellerwork can address ...
- Posture, Flexibility, Ergonomics
- Breathing, Tension, Stress, Trauma
- Joint Pain, Arthritis, Fibromyalgia
- Scoliosis, TMJ, Headaches
- Repetive Stress Conditions
- ... and so much more ...
Hellerwork International (HWI) is the international organization that connects all the Hellerwork S.I. practitioners around the world. Its mission is to “nurture the growth and integrity of Hellerwork in the world”. HWI is a Limited Liability Company (LLC) with owner/members of the Hellerwork S.I. practitioner groups. The day-to-day operations are handled by the Hellerwork Board of Managers made up of Executive Officers (President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, and President Emeritus), representatives of the Regional Practitioner Associations, and representatives of the Education Arm of the Hellerwork community.
A final function of Hellerwork International is to be the center of the fascial web that binds us all together, fostering community, communication and cohesion among the Hellerwork Practitioners around the world.
Regional Practitioner Associations
As the organizational structure of Hellerwork International evolved and the practitioner base grew and spread around the world, the question arose, “how do we support and empower such a diverse and widespread membership?” To meet this challenge, groups of practitioners began to form Regional Practitioner Associations to meet the needs of their individual regions. At present there are three Regional Practitioner Associations, all of which have their own governing boards and a representative on the HWI Board of Managers.
The RPAs include The American Hellerwork Structural Integration Association (AHSIA), The Canadian Hellerwork Association (CHA), and The Hellerwork Association of New Zealand and Australia (HANZ).
The RPAs are designed to support and empower their members while seeking to maintain a sense of community. These associations are managed by practitioners, utilizing primarily volunteer energy and efforts to forward their goals.