Rolf Movement Certification Training is a distinct and complimentary program to the Basic and Advanced Rolfing Structural Integration programs.
Expanding movement education reflects the increased role that an understanding of gravity orientation, perception, coordination, expressivity, and nervous system regulation plays in determining lasting shifts in posture and function. Further, teaching Rolfers™ to understand, embody, and articulate these perspectives serves the greater DIRI mission to educate the world about Rolfing Structural Integration. Rolf Movement Integration is still a young field but one which distinguishes Rolfing from other brands of structural integration. Rolf Movement Integration links ongoing discoveries in the study of neuroscience and motor patterns to the legacy of Dr. Rolf.
Open to all Certified Rolfers (in good standing)
Basic Training students must have completed Phase I prior to RMI1.
Basic Training students must have completed Phase II and RMI1 prior to RMI2.
This is Module One (1) of Three (3). Courses should be taken consecutively (1, 2, 3). Students must take all three RMI Module (1, 2, and 3) – for a total of 30 days of credit – to be certified as a Rolf Movement practitioner.