Hellerwork in the MediaMedia stories about Hellerwork International
Written by Dan Bienenfeld for the IASI 2008 Yearbook to explain to the Structural Integration (SI) community what Hellerwork is, as there have been so many misconceptions about what Hellerwork practitioners do and how this differs from the standard SI model.
An excert from an upcoming book by Anita Boser, former President of the American Hellerwork Structural Integration Association.
Everybody wants the wisdom of old age, but nobody wants the infirmities that go along with it. So if something as simple as swaying side to side in a chair could turn back the hands of time, wouldn’t you jump at the chance to learn how? You bet you would! Without drugs, without pain, without any money going out the door other than the cost of this book, you can learn and use this very simple technique to better your life, called undulation
The Discovery of Tensional Integrity and its impact on Understanding Human Structure. By Roger Golten
What a piece of work is man
How noble in reason
How infinite in faculties
In form and moving
How express and admirable
In action how like an angel
In apprehension how like a god
Man is the most complex system in Universe, apart from Universe itself. Fuller
How does nature build such astonishingly complex structure? Nature always uses most economical means, so the passage from economy to complexity requires a superb and highly efficient "building block"Read More...
Structural Integration for Mind, Body, and Spirit
By Shirley VanderbiltRead More...
By Joseph Hunton, former President of the American Hellerwork Structural Integration Association
From Summerlin View News - A Neighborhood Newspaper
By: Jan Hogan
Spiral Body Hellerwork speaks to the connectedness, wholeness and integrity of body, its structure, movement, psyche, and intent.Read More...
Hellerwork: Using Deep Tissue Bodywork, Movement Education and Dialogue to Treat FM
by, The American Hellerwork Structural Integration Association
Volume 3, No. 16
September 3, 2003
HELLERWORK is a synthesis of classic Structural Integration and personal growth work which together transform your relationship with your body and your experience of being alive. Any problems you are experiencing begin to clear up just in the process of life itself.Read More... Read More...
Hellerwork: pour aligner corps et esprit" par Danielle
Guide Ressources, vol. 6, no. 3, 1991, pp. 79-81.
«Sa main dénouait des muscles sous mon épaule gauche et je
sentais toute ma poitrine prendre de l'expansion. A un moment donné, j'ai
senti mon cœur s'ouvrir, j'ai été envahie par une grande paix
intérieure. Des vagues d'amour montaient en moi. je me suis mise à
parler de ma mère et de mon chum.»
Hellerwork & Pregnancy, by Roger Golten
Hellerwork is a therapy system founded by Joseph Heller (1940-) that evolved directly from the work of Dr. Ida P. Rolf (1896-1979). Hellerwork is a synthesis of classic structural integration and somatic education (soma=body) which attempts a mind/body/spirit integration using the potent tools of myo-fascial bodywork (myo=muscles), movement and awareness education, and a conversation to relate thinking, feeling, attitudes, emotions and beliefs to the person's experience of being in their body. The major results reported by clients of Hellerwork include an effortless improvement in posture, a tremendous increase in body awareness and improved breathing, standing, sitting and walking.Read More...
There is a growing momentum toward a holistic health perspective. Values of the holistic framework emphasize prevention, client participation, life-style choices involving nutrition, exercise, and relaxation, and a multi-discipline approach to health maintenance. The old model of "treat the symptom, ignore the person" is fading with the emergence of the viewpoint that recognizes the wholeness of the individual.Read More...