This Continuing Education class is open to practitioners of Structural Integration who have graduated from an approved IASI school.
This 4-day workshop, "Being Yourself in the World" is a time to deepen and clarify your understanding of the 10-series. During a classic series, sessions 8-10 often are referred to as the "integrative" sessions. Yet, integration happens throughout the entire series. What makes these last three sessions unique and important? How do we pull it all together? How do we integrate transformational change and support our clients as they launch into being more of themselves in the world? In this workshop, you'll explore these rich inquiries, as well as:
Including and layering integrative techniques through out the series.
Framing and strategizing sessions 8-10.
Practicing and embodying ways to anchor, integrate and support long-term change through the use of Rolf Movement® and other ways.
Refining your touch, assessment, listening and seeing skills.
Exploring being yourself in the world.
Having time to connect with yourself, each other, and the work.
Replenishing and nourishing yourself as a practitioner.
Each day will include embodiment practices, working & practicing with other, discussions, lectures & demonstrations, and rich opportunities for feedback and exploration.
About the Instructors
Lisa Fairman is a Certified Advanced Rolfer™ and Rolf Movement® Practitioner in practice in Helena since 1998. Known for her gentle hands and clear touch Lisa approaches her work from a perspective of evoking change and eliciting curiosity and ease. Lisa's ongoing studies and interests include: visceral work; understanding and working with the social nervous system; exploring community Rolf Movement classes, and most recently Biodynamic craniosacral.
In Lisa's words: My teaching and my practice, are influenced and supported by my previous profession of wildlife biology and ecology; love for nature and adventure; dance and yoga background; my amazing teachers; and fundamentally, who I am as a person. I teach from a place of kindness, playfulness, and patience.
Neal Anderson is a Certified Advanced Rolfer™ and Rolf Movement® Practitioner in practice since 2003. His Rolfing® work has been deeply informed by ongoing study with Rolf Institute® Advanced Faculty, his teaching, and visceral and craniosacral study. He currently practices in Loveland, Colorado.
In Neal's words: It is very important to have work that is fun and evokes laughter. For me, this is true of both my Rolfing practice and my Rolfing teaching. I love engaging with clients and students to help bring them to a higher level of function and living on this planet.