Structure, Function, Integration Launches Website – Expands Footprint in Fascia and Integrated Health

Structure, function, integration: the journal of the Dr. Ida Rolf Institute is the leading journal of the structural integration (SI) profession.

We are very excited to see the journal grow, bringing the SI community together and sharing compelling articles and information about fascia, SI and movement to a wider audience.

— Elisa Cotroneo, Executive Director, ISMETA

BOULDER, COLORADO, USA, August 22, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Structure, function, integration – a publication that provides powerful content focused on fascia and optimizing human body structure and function – has launched a new website, expanding its reach and bringing together the Structural Integration (SI) community.

Manual therapists (body workers), movement practitioners, medical and integrated health professionals, and members of the public can find meaningful articles, interviews, and news in the field of fascia and SI.

“We are very pleased to see the journal expand further into the digital space with its new website and instagram channel, bringing the SI community together and sharing compelling articles and information about fascia, SI and movement to a wider audience,” commented Elisa Cotroneo, RSME/T, Executive Director, International Somatic Movement Education and Therapy Association ( ISMETA).

Liz Stewart, former Guild of Structural Integration (GSI) professor and advanced SI practitioner, added, “This is a big step forward for structural integrators. It’s exciting and timely to have a journal that includes perspectives and a diverse mix of voices from across our field. .”

The website contains featured articles from previous editions and allows users to easily view and purchase journal editions, search for content by year and subject, and submit articles, abstracts or requests for interviews to be published in the journal.

Currently published every three years by the Dr. Ida Rolf Institute, the journal has been in circulation for over 50 years, undergoing multiple name changes throughout its history. In 2015, it was upgraded from a members-only publication to an Amazon launch to expand its reach and make it accessible to people working in the IS and bodyshop fields, as well as customers wanting to learn more. on structural integration and movement.

“The Dr. Ida Rolf Institute (DIRI) has always been a pioneer in the field of structural integration and the launch of the SFI Journal website further demonstrates our commitment to research and the ongoing conversation that brings the SI community closer together. in a united cause,” commented DIRI Executive Director Christina Howe.

To visit the journal’s website, go to www.sfijournal.org. Plus, a dedicated Instagram www.instagram.com/sfijournal was created to expand the conversation online and allow people to engage more.

Editor-in-Chief Lina Amy Hack said, “It is an honor to lead and guide the publication of Structure, Function, Integration. Each issue offers instruction, inspiration and community, whether people choose an interesting article to read or dive deep to read the whole thing. It’s a profession where the learning never stops, and we’re in a time where we need each other more than ever to provide the highest quality care to our clients.

About structure, function, integration
Structure, Function, Integration: Journal of the Dr. Ida Rolf Institute is the leading journal for the profession of Structural Integration (SI), which is a community of health practitioners who provide somatic education and manual therapy to their clients based on the teachings inherited from Ida P. Rolf, PhD (1896-1979). Published by the Dr. Ida Rolf Institute® (DIRI), this journal was started by Dr. Rolf as a members-only newsletter featuring articles written by Rolfers® about Rolfing® SI and Rolf movement® The integration. More recently, SFI features articles written by DIRI faculty members, Rolfers, the wider community of SI professionals, and relevant scholars whose work informs the practice of SI work and research on the fascias. To learn more about the Dr. Ida Rolf Institute, please visit www.rolf.org.

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