What is Dynamic Integration

Dynamic Integration, a unique movement concept, developed by Darold Starliper, Jr., bridges the gap between the structural integration table and the moving body.  While guided through three phases (awaken, support, and extend), students learn to identify resistance in their range of motion and determine the appropriate movement to eliminate the blockage.

During a typical class, students will follow their instructor through an exploration of movement involving warming-up, strengthening and stretching of muscles and joints.  Movements are tiered to allow all students, regardless of current ability, to participate.

Comfortable clothes should be worn, to allow full range during class, though most movements can be performed in everyday clothes.

Darold’s vision for Dynamic Integration is to provide a low-impact, highly effective, and easy-to-use system to strengthen and stretch the body.  Students should walk away from a class feeling invigorated, stronger, longer and have tools to use throughout all aspects of their day-to-day living.

Classes will begin July 2017 and scheduling will be available June 2017.  Be sure sign up prior to your first class.

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