Cameron is a bodyworker dedicated to helping adults, children, & animals use their bodies with greater ease.


In my early 20s, I decided to stop taking college courses because it didn’t feel like a good fit for me. Plus, I was having WAY more fun & success touring the country with rock bands and working a variety of jobs along the way. I was really happy like this for a long time; music is what I’m most passionate about, and I always found something to love about my other jobs. I had the opportunity to work at ski resorts, hospitals, restaurants, banks, music stores, and wood shops, to name a few, and I was grateful for the challenge & excitement that working in so many fields provided me with.

The thing I want most from life, though, is balance - I want ALL of my needs, desires and passions to be expressed! Something that I always felt was missing from my life was a career path that allowed me to help and care for people & animals, while also being kind to myself. When I first read about Ida Rolf’s work, I was immediately drawn to it. With time, study, and hands-on practice, I’ve found this work to be deeply aligned with my personal values and tremendously helpful to the people/animals that receive it. Practicing Structural Integration has taught me so much about myself and others, and I’m honored to share this work.



Cameron began his 731-hour training at The Rolf Institute of Structural Integration in 2016 and is now a certified Structural Integration practitioner.