The Founders of Structura Body Therapies

Jason Prince

Jason Prince


Jason is a licensed massage therapist and graduate of the Utah College of Massage Therapy a Steiner Education Group Member (SEG). He was the National Director of Massage Programs for eight years at SEG and oversaw the quality of education, curricula development and instructor training programs for over 14 schools across the country.  He has always felt a deep urgency and commitment to pass on the information that he learned and has gathered over the years. Teaching at UCMT and sharing bodywork with the students that have come through that program has allowed him the ability to expand his vision of massage therapy far beyond his physical presence.

He is a Board Certified Structural Integration Practitioner in the Rolf Method. As a member of the International Association of Structural Integrators® and practicing for over 20 years, Jason has experienced incredible transformation within his own body and seen absolutely amazing results in others by integrating the human structure.

Jason is also a Postural Alignment Specialist trained in the Egoscue Method of health through motion. Additional training has come in advanced postural alignment and gait patterns. This is a tremendously exciting therapy helping people to live a pain free and active lifestyle without drugs, surgery or manipulation.

As a Continuing Education Approved Provider for the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork (NCBTMB) Jason has been teaching the Rolf Method of Structural Integration and Manual Corrective Techniques for over 15 years and translated his vision and experience into the development and continued enhancement of Structura’s unique system of advanced body therapies and proprietary training program.

Jason sits on the Massage Therapy Education Peer Committee for the Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing in the state of Utah, which advises the Utah Board of Massage Therapy regarding massage therapy educational issues and recommends to the Board standards for massage school curricula, apprenticeship curricula and training.

As co-founder and Chief Operating Officer of Structura Institute and Structura Body Therapies LLC, he is responsible for our training program, therapy design, as well as expansion and management of Structura’s wholly-owned locations.

Nancy Prince massage ogden utah

Nancy Prince


Nancy is a bodyworker and functional movement practitioner focusing techniques on muscle imbalances, faulty movement patterns and joint fixations which distort the body’s bony framework. She has been helping clients with relief from various conditions; car accidents, chronic pain, scoliosis, rotator-cuff injury, hip pain, athletic performance and over all freedom, increasing range of motion for over 19 years.

Nancy specializes in the advanced therapy of Structural Integration. She is a graduate from the Professional Massage Therapy Program at the Utah College of Massage Therapy (UCMT) a Steiner Education Group Member and Certified in the Rolf method of Structural Integration as a Structural Integration Practitioner. Nancy is trained in Postural Alignment Therapy – Egoscue Method and tailors the therapies to each individual client’s needs after viewing postural imbalances and range of motion tests, in order to not just treat the symptom but also address the cause.

Nancy has also served as the Educational Manager of The Prince Institute of Structural Integration since 2000. The Prince Institute is a Continuing Education Approved Provider of the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork (NCBTMB).

Nancy is a co-founder of Structura and oversees operations and client services for Structura Institute, the parent company of Structura Body Therapies.