Frequently Asked Questions

Below you will find out more about logistics, Mobley Manual Care and persistant pain resolution.

Pricing

What are your pricing and payment options?

Structural Integration - $115.00*

Massage (1hr) - $83.00*

  • Longer or shorter massage sessions may be scheduled with the rate @ $20  per 15 minutes.

Kinesio Tape application - $20.00 with instructions on how to self-apply

  • Comes at no cost when part of a full session

 

Most major credit cards are accepted.

 

Generally it is pay as you go but if more convenient multiple sessions may be purchased.

 

*Discount of $5.00 is applied when paying with check or cash ($3.00 for massage)

**A hardship discount of 25% can be applied to any of the payments - no questions asked.

Do you accept insurance?

Currently, insurance is not taken, but if your insurance company pays for massage then we will gladly provide you with the necessary information to ensure your reimbursement.

 

Insurance will cover the treatment cost if you have been in a car wreck recently. Again, we will be glad to provide you with the proper information to turn into the car insurance provider.

May I use my health savings account (HSA)?

Yes.

Scheduling

How do I make an appointment?

The easiest way is to book through the online scheduler.  You may also reach us through our contact page.

How long are the appointments?

Structural Integration sessions are generally around an hour and fifteen minutes.

 

Massages are an hour long.   30, 45, and 90 minute sessions may also be scheduled.

What should I bring to my first session?

Please fill out and bring  the intake form.

Structural Integration

How does Structural Integration work?

The affects upon the body can be roughly divided into two categories – structural and functional. Structural change means actual physical difference to the tissues of the body. The connective tissue or fascia of the body is the target of change. Mechanical pressure from the practitioner’s hands can re-hydrate stiff fascial tissue and differentiate connective tissue adhesion which helps restore elasticity, circulation and health to the tissues. These can be thought of as changes to the hard ware of the body. This reflects the more traditional thoughts on how Structural Integration works.

 

The second category of change is functional, which is more in line with software changes to the operating system. We can think of the operating system as the central nervous system (C.N.S) which exerts far greater control over the way your body feels and performs than one would probably imagine. Within seconds the body can experience dramatic changes in, flexibility, stiffness and pain because of the nervous system's governing influence. Structural Integration encourages the potential for positive change through evoking the adaptive capacities of the C.N.S. One way this occurs is by providing the brain with novel and interesting sensory input about the different parts of the body and how they relate to each other and their environment (gravity). With this new information the brain gains greater awareness of the body and is able to make better decisions about how to organize itself in a coordinated, efficient and pain free manner. This focus on creating change through the nervous system is the more progressive way to understand how Structural Integration works.

Is Structural Integration painful?

Structural Integration is supposed to always be comfortable.  It should not hurt and does not need to hurt to be effective.  Again, the aim of all the hands on work and movement is to be completly comfortable.  If it is any thing but, please inform Chance immediately so he can make  the appropriate adjustments.  Read more...

What is the difference between Structural Integration, massage, physical therapy and chiropractic?

This is one of the most common questions we get. Imagine an equilateral triangle with massage, chiropractic and physical therapy each on a corner. Now drop Structural Integration in the middle.

 

Unlike massage, SI is not going to be all about blissing out on the clouds even though that is not out of the realm of possibilities. Rarely, if ever is a lotion or oil used in Structural Integration and the work is interactive and participatory often being done standing and sitting.

 

Even though Si works with the bones and major structures of the body, rapid, passive spinal manipulations will never be applied as is often the case with chiropractic.  Unlike SI, chiropractic does not address the soft tissue patterns of the whole body and their influence on structural balance.

 

Movement is also incorporated into the SI sessions but they are not going to be aimed at strengthening 'weak' muscles as is often the case in PT but at enhancing awareness and integration of the major segments of the body.

What do I wear during my SI session?

Clients remained clothed in their undergarments.  If you are uncomfortable clothed in your underwear a bathing suit, jogging shorts or jogging bra can work too.  The goal is to have access to your skin and to be able to move in an unrestricted fashion.  

How long are the sessions?

Each session is around 75 minutes.

Practitioner(s)

Who are the practitioners?

Chance Mobley B.S, L.M.T., is dedicated to providing the best possible manual care and movement education for his clients in a safe and nurturing environment. It is through enhancing awareness of one's self-embodiment that true empowerment and self-efficacy may blossom. Understanding that we are all self-healing, self-correcting and self-rehabilitating allows his clients to own their process. He is honored and blessed to be able to facilitate and guide his clients along their journeys through touch, movement and education.

 

Since 1995, Chancellor has been studying and practicing holistic manual care and bodywork. The heart of his manual care practice is Structural Integration also commonly known as rolfing. Two types of people come to Chance for his services. Those who are in pain and want to return to normal pain free functioning, and those with the desire to up their game, enhancing their functioning while furthering their self-development. Both unfold through self-originating processes based upon the biological and physiological underpinnings of the human experience. Chance received his diploma from The Guild for Structural Integration in 2002.

 

Currently, Chance is the sole practitioner.  

 

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Frequently asked questions

Pricing

What are your pricing and payment options?


Structural Integration - $115.00* Massage (1hr) - $93.00*

  • Longer or shorter massage sessions may be scheduled with the rate @ $23 per 15 minutes.
Kinesio Tape application - $25.00 with instructions on how to self-apply
  • Comes at no cost when part of a full session
Most major credit cards are accepted. Generally it is pay as you go but if more convenient multiple sessions may be purchased. *Discount of $5.00 is applied when paying with check or cash ($3.00 for massage) **A hardship discount of 25% can be applied to any of the payments - no questions asked.




Do you accept insurance?


Currently, insurance is not taken, but if your insurance company pays for massage then we will gladly provide you with the necessary information to ensure your reimbursement. Insurance will cover the treatment cost if you have been in a car wreck recently. Again, we will be glad to provide you with the proper information to turn into the car insurance provider.




May I use my health savings account (HSA)?


Yes.





Scheduling

How do I make an appointment?


The easiest way is to book through the online scheduler. You may also reach us through our contact page.




How long are the appointments?


Structural Integration sessions are generally around an hour and fifteen minutes. Massages are an hour long. 30, 45, and 90 minute sessions may also be scheduled.




What should I bring to my first session?


Please fill out and bring the intake form.





Structural Integration

How does Structural Integration work?


The affects upon the body can be roughly divided into two categories – structural and functional. Structural change means actual physical difference to the tissues of the body. The connective tissue or fascia of the body is the target of change. Mechanical pressure from the practitioner’s hands can re-hydrate stiff fascial tissue and differentiate connective tissue adhesion which helps restore elasticity, circulation and health to the tissues. These can be thought of as changes to the hard ware of the body. This reflects the more traditional thoughts on how Structural Integration works. The second category of change is functional, which is more in line with software changes to the operating system. We can think of the operating system as the central nervous system (C.N.S) which exerts far greater control over the way your body feels and performs than one would probably imagine. Within seconds the body can experience dramatic changes in, flexibility, stiffness and pain because of the nervous system's governing influence. Structural Integration encourages the potential for positive change through evoking the adaptive capacities of the C.N.S. One way this occurs is by providing the brain with novel and interesting sensory input about the different parts of the body and how they relate to each other and their environment (gravity). With this new information the brain gains greater awareness of the body and is able to make better decisions about how to organize itself in a coordinated, efficient and pain free manner. This focus on creating change through the nervous system is the more progressive way to understand how Structural Integration works.




Is Structural Integration painful?


Structural Integration is supposed to always be comfortable. It should not hurt and does not need to hurt to be effective. Again, the aim of all the hands on work and movement is to be completly comfortable. If it is any thing but, please inform Chance immediately so he can make the appropriate adjustments. Read more...




What is the difference between Structural Integration, massage, physical therapy and chiropractic?


This is one of the most common questions we get. Imagine an equilateral triangle with massage, chiropractic and physical therapy each on a corner. Now drop Structural Integration in the middle. Unlike massage, SI is not going to be all about blissing out on the clouds even though that is not out of the realm of possibilities. Rarely, if ever is a lotion or oil used in Structural Integration and the work is interactive and participatory often being done standing and sitting. Even though Si works with the bones and major structures of the body, rapid, passive spinal manipulations will never be applied as is often the case with chiropractic. Unlike SI, chiropractic does not address the soft tissue patterns of the whole body and their influence on structural balance. Movement is also incorporated into the SI sessions but they are not going to be aimed at strengthening 'weak' muscles as is often the case in PT but at enhancing awareness and integration of the major segments of the body.




What do I wear during my SI session?


Clients remained clothed in their undergarments. If you are uncomfortable clothed in your underwear a bathing suit, jogging shorts or jogging bra can work too. The goal is to have access to your skin and to be able to move in an unrestricted fashion.




How long are the sessions?


Each session is around 75 minutes.





Practitioner(s)

Who are the practitioners?


Chance Mobley B.S, L.M.T., is dedicated to providing the best possible manual care and movement education for his clients in a safe and nurturing environment. It is through enhancing awareness of one's self-embodiment that true empowerment and self-efficacy may blossom. Understanding that we are all self-healing, self-correcting and self-rehabilitating allows his clients to own their process. He is honored and blessed to be able to facilitate and guide his clients along their journeys through touch, movement and education. Since 1995, Chancellor has been studying and practicing holistic manual care and bodywork. The heart of his manual care practice is Structural Integration also commonly known as rolfing. Two types of people come to Chance for his services. Those who are in pain and want to return to normal pain free functioning, and those with the desire to up their game, enhancing their functioning while furthering their self-development. Both unfold through self-originating processes based upon the biological and physiological underpinnings of the human experience. Chance received his diploma from The Guild for Structural Integration in 2002. Currently, Chance is the sole practitioner.