ISI Catalog

Admissions and Enrollment Requirements

ISI Formal Letter of Application
A formal letter of application should be submitted detailing your experience with Structural Integration and how it has affected your life. Discuss your reasons for enrolling in the Structural Integration Training Program and your plans for a commitment to the work.

Curriculum Vitae
Copies of transcripts, diplomas or other documentation are necessary to verify your study in massage, anatomy, physiology, kinesiology, and other courses related to preparation for Structural Integration training. In some instances you might need your instructors to write a letter of recommendation regarding participation in the training.

Non-Refundable Deposit
Your application must include a non-refundable deposit of $350, which will be applied to your tuition. Please make checks payable to The Institute for Structural Integration and mail to:
Institute for Structural Integration
Attn: John Latz
7700 Center Bay Drive
North Bay Village, Florida 33141

The items above must be submitted no later than four (4) weeks prior to the first day of Phase I.

Once entrance requirements have been met, the Director of the Institute for Structural Integration (ISI) determines the student’s readiness for admission into training. Admission interviews are conducted either in person or by phone with the Director. If the Director finds the student is not ready to continue, he/she will be told specifically what is needed to work on before being accepted. Upon acceptance, the student will be sent an Enrollment Agreement, Code of Ethics, Standards of Practice and other pertinent information.

John Latz is a Category “A” Provider for the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB). The Institute for Structural Integration is on the NCBTMB approved/exempt school list. Graduates of ISI are eligible to sit for the National Certification Exam. The Institute for Structural Integration does not discriminate against race, sex, religion, sexual orientation or age.

The Institute for Structural Integration is not a regulatory agency and is therefore, not responsible for any actions or activities on the part of the practitioner once he or she has graduated from ISI.

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