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KMI: Kinesis Myofascial Integration

KMI promotes a wide vocabulary of touch and movement skills in the service of ease, balance, length, and a complete body image for our clients. Whether you are seeking to know more about KMI sessions, or are interested in our 500-hour KMI structural integration training, this page will lead you in the right directions.

KMI training brings together the finest anatomical specificity with clear strategies for multi-session protocols, taught in an 'open inquiry' learning environment. This training combines old-world craftsmanship with 21st century delivery, presented by experienced masters of the art, science and practical application.

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algunos practicantes cercanos

Eli Thompson

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BiographyBorn in Israel and living in Massachusetts since childhood, Eli followed his father's footsteps and studied computer science and mechanical engineering. After a chance exposure to Therapeutic Massage, a love for bodywork was ignited. He completed his Massage training in 1999 and became certified in KMI Structural Integration in 2002. “I am regularly awed by the power of this work to transcend not only our physical limitations but also our ingrained psychosocial habits and attitudes. It is such a rewarding experience to witness my clients grow into themselves in this deeper sense.” Eli became a Certified Teacher of Kinesis in 2005. He now travels the US teaching 2-4 day weekend workshops titled, “Anatomy Trains.” These classes are intensives, designed to introduce the theories and practices of KMI Structural Integration to Massage Therapists and movement instructors. With his background in martial arts and Engineering, Eli brings a deeper understanding of both the experience and the science of biomechanics to his work and teaching. He has published several articles and runs a second business selling Structural Integration Benches of his design called BenchWorks ( Eli currently practices in Brookline, MA where he lives with his wife and three children.
SpecialtiesTherapeutic Massage KMI Structural Integration Instructional Yoga
Practice NameEli Therapeutic Massage and SI
AddressSt. Mary's Court
Office Phone617 776 9494

Rosalie Jacobi Hutchens

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BiographyRosalie Jacobi Hutchens holds a theatre degree from East Carolina University, Greenville, NC. She considers theatre at its best to be a touchstone for provocative and poetic explorations into what it means to be human. A touchstone is a standard, a model, a pattern used to test the quality of a thing. And now as a certified Kinesis Myofasical Integration (KMI) structural integrator, Rosalie uses the KMI touchstone for exploring with her clients the use of gravity to be somatically aware, aligned, and free to move about in the world.

Private Practice

Rosalie maintains a private practice in a serene office space with a psychiatric nurse practitioner, a certified reflexologist, and a biofeedback/neurofeedback specialist in Greenville, the heart of Eastern North Carolina.
SpecialtiesStructural Integration and Massage Therapy
Practice NameTouch Matters Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork
Office Phone252 717-0012
NotesProfessional Associations

Licensed Massage and Bodywork Therapist (NC #5792)

International Association of Structural Integrators (2008)

Susan Blumin

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BiographyTrained as a classical dancer, my passion for and understanding of fluid movement has lead me on a journey to the practice of KMI. A graduate of Educating Hands School of Massage in Miami, Florida, I quickly immersed myself in the advanced studies of Neuromuscular Therapy, Active Isolated Stretching, Prenatal Therapy, Orthopedic Therapy and Advanced Hot Stone Therapy. After many Certifications and the rise to Teaching Assistant in Orthopedic Therapy, I still felt that there was more to learn in order to assist my clients in their recovery to physical well being. I wanted to be able to access the different strata of the body, as I felt that I was still not able to fully access the tissues that most required therapy. Hearing about “The Anatomy Trains,” I took the course in order to advance my knowledge of Spatial Medicine, never dreaming that I would be so fascinated with Tom Myers’ concepts, that I would take a year of my life to study and become certified in KMI!

Helping my clients to emerge from a painful body and into a fluid and naturally moving structure is my primary goal. The KMI 12-series is structured so that the human form can readjust itself into a more efficient working posture and acture. However, there is no end to my need for knowledge that will assist my clients, and I am continuing my journey by studying Advanced KMI, Visceral Therapy from the Barral Institute, SI Movement, and other courses that will compliment my treatment protocols.

Certified by the International Association of Structural Integrators (IASI) and The National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork, I am licensed and available for appointments both in North Miami, Florida and in Stoneham, Massachusetts. I am also certified by the Certification Board for Structural Integration, a division subsidiary of IASI.
SpecialtiesKMI Certified Structural Integrator: Orthopedic Massage, Neuromuscular Therapy, Prenatal/Labor Massage, Active Isolated Stretching, Sports Massage, Hot Stone Therapy, Reiki Master.

Additional office at: 92 Montvale Avenue, Suite 2150, Stoneham, MA 02180
Practice NameAdvanced Touch Therapies, LLC
Address2106 N.E. 123rd Street
CityNorth Miami
Office Phone305 773-4994

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