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SI Discourse, Online Forum for Practitioners

Announcement of SI Discourse, an Online Forum for Practitioners
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The mission of SI Discourse is to foster deeper connection and collaboration amongst certified Structural Integration practitioners globally. With inclusivity and mutual respect as guiding principles, we aim for this community-moderated space to be one that inspires and grows the practice and teaching of SI through shared knowledge and experience.

This is a place to connect and share with people who are passionate about Structural Integration, and all the ways it interconnects with our experiences. We want people to have a good online experience; the administrators and moderators take the health of the community seriously, and we will adapt as challenges arise.
Discourse is a community-moderated platform designed to encourage civilized conversation and connection without ads or other distractions. Here, you have the option to seamlessly engage both with your immediate colleagues (e.g. other Rolfers or Guilders), other practitioners with a specialty (e.g. perinatal care), and with the community as a whole. No separate pages.

Key Features
As a diverse and international group of colleagues, we have an enormous wealth of experiences, perspectives, questions, and more to offer and share with each other. We all know that online dialog inevitably has problems, and this platform won’t be immune to them, but here are a few of the advantages that SI Discourse offers our discussions:

  • Built-in translation for our international community.
  • Conversations become a permanent knowledge base for the community.
  • Conversations are supported with categories, topics, and tags.
  • A powerful search engine helps you find topics and keywords.
  • Private messaging and private group messages are built-in.
  • Data-harvesting and privacy-intrusive companies are not involved.

Here are some of the key attributes of our community:

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Reopening Our Practices: Some Things to Consider

A Preparation Resource Document

Thank you to the Dr. Ida Rolf Institute for sharing the below helpful information to consider when you are re-opening your SI Practice.

IASI Disclaimer: All information provided in this article or made available through links contained in this article is provided solely for informational purposes. IASI, its members, directors, officers, employees, administrators, and service providers assume no legal liability or responsibility, and make no warranty, express or implied, regarding the accuracy, completeness, legality, reliability, or usefulness of any information contained in this article or links and do not guarantee that the information/documents are in compliance with federal, state, or local laws. Any reliance you place on such information is therefore strictly at your own risk. By using any information, you acknowledge and agree that the information provider is not liable for any damages arising in any way out of the use of this information. Please also note that if redirected to another website or source of third party information, that information may be subject to specific privacy and copyright restrictions and policies, with which your use of that information must comply.

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COVID-19 Resources for Massage Therapists

American Message Therapy Association

IASI encourages you to check out this article from AMTA.

This AMTA article includes state by state updates and best practices for re-opening. An important reminder—this information is relevant only if you have AMTA insurance/IASI Professional-Plus member insurance.

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