Why learn to see?

As a structural integrator, there are a wide variety of classes you can choose to take in any given year.  Some give you CEU’s, some fulfill one requirement or another, and some just sound interesting.  Ultimately, though, you want to make sure your classes are not a waste of time or money.  You need practical skills that make you — and your practice — better.

To determine whether Seeing Made Easy makes sense for you and your practice, keep reading.

When looking at your clients:

Look at the picture to the right.  Can you identify the postural distortions that apply to this person? If this person walked in your door, would you be able to help him understand how his posture affects his level of pain and discomfort?

If you cannot confidently identify at least 5 postural dysfunctions, you MUST read on.

“I wish I had taken this class 17 years ago!”

Bill Kamer, Certified Advanced Rolfer

Your role as a structural integrator

As someone who’s perceived as an expert in posture, you need to be able to talk coherently about posture to others.

If you can’t, the consequences to your practice can be huge. As a result of being unable to see and talk about postural distortions you will experience:

None of the above are positive for you as a structural integrator.

The solution

The solution to all of the above issues lies in learning simple, straightforward, and easy body-reading techniques that make seeing easy.

How would you like to be able to:

How would you like to truly know what you’re saying and doing because you’re able to see the concrete, obvious postural distortions that clients show up with?

Seeing can be easy, and it should be easy.

In one weekend, we can show you how to see, and your practice will never be the same again.




    Seeing Made Easy has been approved for 21 Category II CE credits!

    “I came away from “Seeing Made Easy” with the feeling that my eyes had been washed. Isaac Osborne and Matt Hsu gave me some fresh and simple tools and handy visual and palpatory assessments of clients’ form and function.

    Best of all, their open-minded approach makes it easy to integrate their teachings with what each of us brought to the class.”

    Michael Boblett, Certified Advanced Rolfer