Body Systems Integration (BSI) is the name specific to the work of KimLien LaFitte at InsideOut Body Therapies. BSI is movement focused with the addition of hands on cueing, guiding and facilitation of muscular tension change. BSI utilizes the following modalities in order to help you find the right combination of intervention to heal from injury or chronic pain.
Movement Re-education: This movement technique uses the fundamental theories and exercises of Pilates with support of the Pilates equipment, mat, standing or walking to retrain your body how to move with more ease and less strain.
Pilates: A system of therapeutic exercises designed to stretch, strengthen, and balance the whole body with an emphasis on the breath, mindfulness, alignment, and coordinated, flowing movement.
Neural Mobilization: This technique frees nerves that can get stuck in the fascia to release neural tension so information from the nervous system can flow more organically.
Structural Integration: The use of theories and themes of structural integration in the tradition of the Rolf method which include breath work, aligning the bones, grounding and centering, and integrating the structure to create more ease in the body.
Fascial Release: This manual technique helps to free the connective tissue for more optimal function of the musculoskeletal system.
BSI can benefit clients of all ages and all health levels, with goals ranging from improved athletic performance to pain reduction and prevention. Some of the major benefits include:
Better athletic performance
Chronic stress reduction
Management of chronic low back pain
Reduction of the frequency and severity of stress and migraine headaches
Reduction and prevention of repetitive motion injuries and other trauma
Reduction and prevention of fibromyalgia symptoms, myofascial pain, and other pain patterns throughout the body
Improvement of pain caused by TMJ dysfunction
Management of pain due to carpal tunnel syndrome
Emotional and spiritual growth
Improved energy levels and stamina
Correction of injurious movement patterns
Prevention of problematic movement patterns, especially in children
Improved freedom of movement and overall body awareness
About Active Release Technique
ART is a patented, state of the art soft tissue system developed by P. Michael Leahy, DC, CCSP. ART is actually a combination of examination and treatment. The ART provider uses his or her hands to evaluate the texture, tightness and movement of muscles, fascia, tendons, ligaments and nerves. Abnormal tissues are treated by combining precisely directed tension with very specific patient movements. This extremely effective treatment works on athletes and non-athletes alike.