Book Your Structural Integration Sessions in Maine this Jan.

Practitioner in Residence

Kelly Chadwick. BCSI, ATSI, Anatomy Trains Faculty

Anatomy Trains is proud to announce that ATSI practitioner and Anatomy Trains Faculty member Kelly Chadwick will be providing Structural Integration Sessions in December and January in Walpole, Maine. Please visit our website to learn more about ATSI sessions.

  • Each session is 90 minutes
  • Due to the recent rise in Covid-19 cases in Maine, we are requiring proof of vaccination, and both you and Kelly will be wearing masks during the sessions
  • Session cost is $150, and cash or credit card payment is accepted.

The following dates and times are available for 90 minute sessions with Kelly:


Jan. 19: 1:30 PM

Jan. 21: 1:30 PM

Jan. 22: 10:30 AM & 1:30 PM

Jan. 24: 1:30 PM

Jan. 26: 1:30 PM

Jan. 29: 10:30 AM & 1:30 PM

  • Sessions are typically done with the client in their underwear or gym shorts. For women, a bra or bathing suit top is acceptable
  • For those with allergies, please note that there is a cat on the premises (but not in the treatment room)

To schedule a session with Kelly, please contact her directly by email:

About Anatomy Trains Structural Integration (ATSI)

Anatomy Trains Structural Integration (ATSI) sessions can be used to resolve particular problems, as a tonic for your posture, movement, and what used to be called “carriage”, how you carry yourself through the world. Your body is your most proximate tool. How do you use it? ATSI structural integration can be seen as a course in reacquainting yourself with your body in motion. Most of us have collected extra tension through the course of our lives, either from injury or surgery, imitation of our parents or heroes, from our repetitive activities, or attitudes we’ve acquired along the way. These injuries and tensions form a pattern in our bodies. Exercise, and our mother’s request of us to “stand up straight!” may help, but most of this patterning happens below our conscious awareness and becomes part of who we are. These patterns become written into our muscular tensions, or skeletal form, and into the tissues that go between: the connective tissues.

The Anatomy Trains SI approach is to free the binding and shortening in these connective tissues, what we refer to as the fascial network, and to re-educate the body in efficient and energy-sustaining patterns.

About Kelly

Kelly Chadwick has been practicing manual bodywork since 2005. Following a career in community mental health administration and crisis counseling, she developed her passion for structural bodywork as a student in the Anatomy Trains Structural Integration program. Kelly has been teaching ATSI courses since 2008. She is enthused by the emotional and spiritual changes that occur with the structural integration process. Her focus is working with children and teens, however, she sees clients of all ages. She maintains a private practice at Stillpoint Center for Healing Arts Bodywork for the Soul near Cincinnati, OH.