Sharon Wheeler's unconventional early schooling gave her a taste for the unusual. She found a welcome home at Esalen Institute and taught Esalen's Massage program in the sixties. Sharon was fortunate enough to study with Dr. Ida Rolf, PhD, who trained her in Structural Integration in the summer of 1970. Further training in Rolf Movement and Advanced Structural Integration in the seventies consolidated her skills in this work. Her love of working with people and attempting the apparently impossible, combined with a particular skill in sensing disruptions to the body's three-dimensional flow have combined to generate Sharon's two 'discoveries': ScarWork and BoneWork. She teaches these new modalities in workshops around the world. She maintains a private practice in Structural Integration at home in Port Orchard, Washington, USA.