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Fascia Manipulation KMI

Welcome to Portland KMI, the professional bodywork and movement therapy practice of Conor Beliveau, located at the quiet edge of Portland's West End at 17 South St, 2nd floor.

KMI is Kinesis Myofascial Integration, a form of Structural Integration (SI) bodywork. KMI is a hands on manual therapy technique, it is deep and sensitive bodywork designed to unwind the strain patterns residing in your body, restoring it to its natural balance, alignment, length, and ease. Common strain patterns come about from inefficient movement habits, and our body’s response to a sedentary lifestyle and its poorly designed cars, desks, telephones, airplanes, etc. Individual strain patterns come from imitation when we are young, from the invasions of injury or surgery or birth, and from our body’s response to traumatic episodes. KMI sessions can release long held restrictions in your body and allow for easier and more efficient movement.

KMI sessions are useful for people from all walks of life and all varieties of physical condition and will meet you right where you are. I have helped many people find an easier way to be in their bodies free from chronic pain and tension. If you think KMI could be useful for you, please contact me to schedule a free initial consultation. 

Sourcepoint Therapy®

Sourcepoint Therapy is a simple non-invasive energetic approach to healing designed to re-connect the individual with the energetic blueprint of health. I use Sourcepoint as a component of my Structural Integration work, dramatically improving the staying power of the work we do together. To learn more, please visit the Sourcepoint website, www.sourcepointtherapy.com

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"Structural Integration can be like making your bed in the morning. You think you're going to get by without pulling that bed apart, so you pull up this cover and the next cover. When you get all the covers pulled up, you've got nine ridges running across the bed. Now you've got to pull the top covers back again, and you've got to go to a deeper layer and organize the deeper layer, and make your bed on top of that. Then you've got a made bed. Well it's the same with a body: you've got to organize those deeper layers." ˜Ida Rolf