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S.I. for Musicians


Having been a professional double bassist and amateur cellist, I am all-too-familiar with the physical demands that playing an instrument can have on our bodies.

Musicians often face a number of unique physical challenges brought on by years of diligent practice and performing. Even the finest instrumentalists develop habits which lead to chronic pain, mostly in their hands and wrists, forearms, neck and shoulders, and lower back. Structural Integration can help in a number of ways. Physical adaptations to a musician’s chosen instrument, including the voice, which often lead to discomfort and imbalance, are normalized in a traditional ten series of Structural Integration.

Musicians who have experienced the basic series have consistently noticed profound changes in their level of physical comfort, energy level and internal awareness. This increased freedom of movement noticeably impacts the performer’s pleasure in performing and often leads to greater creative abilities.




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