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Standing on the shoulders of the great Dr. Ida P. Rolf and her incredible contributions to humanity.

“Go around the problem: get the system sufficiently resilient so that it is able to change, and it will change. It doesn’t have to be forced. It is that forcing that you will have to avoid at all costs”-Dr. Ida P. Rolf

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Structural Integration Services

I take a holistic approach to treatment. My training and experience allow me to administer a range of treatments and preventative approaches that are tailored to each individual.

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The Soma Neuromuscular Integration ® 11-Series 

A systematic rebalancing of the body’s fascial web and recalibration of your relationship to your body’s center of gravity. Through my manual therapy and movement education, we take aim at unraveling all of your long held issues and get you moving with more ease. 

Somassage ®

A full body massage treatment can be a good introduction to the principles of Structural Integration, or a great way to continue cultivating proprioceptive awareness after finishing the Soma® 11-Series


Jonathan Pierce BCSI LMT CSP

     I am a structural integrator. I help people align with gravity. I believe a body in balance can heal itself. I learned Soma Neuromuscular Integration® from a small group of incredibly skilled individuals, in a yurt, on a farm, in the foothills of Mt Rainier. Ida Rolf is my hero!

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What types of health insurance do you accept?

Not currently accepting insurance payments

Do I need a doctor’s referral?

While there are a few contraindicated conditions, (i.e. acute injury/recent surgery, deep vein thrombosis etc.) the benefits achieved through structural integration are almost universally applicable. When contraindications are present, we will seek the advice of your primary care physician. 

What do I wear?

Always mind your comfort level, however generally the recommended dress is the same thing you might wear to go swimming or underwear you’re comfortable being seen in, shorts, and sports bra or tube top for females and bare chest and shorts for males. 

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