RMW3.22 Embodying Rolf's Structural Integration Recipe
Date/Time
4/10/2022
Zoom Meetings every Sunday and Thursday from 9am to 11:30am Pacific Time
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Event Type(s)
Continuing Education
Rolf Movement Training
Event Description
Dates/Times:
  6-week class starting April 10, 2022, and going through May 22, 2022 (off April 17th in observance of Easter)
The hours will be Sundays and Thursdays from 9am to 11:30am Pacific Time, with an additional 2 hrs/week for student homework/reading/video/practice sessions etc.
Meeting days will be: 4/10, 4/14,4/21, 4/24, 4/28, 5/1, 5/5, 5/8, 5/12, 5/15, 5/19, 5/22
Course Number:
  RMW3.22
Instructor(s):
  Per Haaland
Cost:
  $650+
$75 admin fee
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CE Credits:
  5.6 Rolf Movement credits towards the Advanced Training Pre-Requisite
42 NCBTMB Continuing Education Hours
(30 hours Webinar, 12 hours Home Study)
30 CBSI Continuing Education Hours
 **Not eligible for Rolf Movement Certification credit
Class Info:
  Telephone: 831-479-9565
Email: perhaaland@baymoon.com
Location
Online via Zoom and Canvas
Online via Zoom and Canvas,
UNITED STATES

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Contact Person
Per Haaland
(phone: 831-479-9565)
Details
6-week class starting April 10, 2022, and going through May 22, 2022

The hours will be Thursdays and Sundays from 9am to 11:30am PT, with an additional 2 hrs/week for student homework/reading/video/practice sessions etc.

In this 6-week online workshop, you will expand your skillset as a structural integration practitioner. You will learn how:
  • Rolf's 10 session recipe builds a step-by-step restoration of optimal function.
  • Rolf's goals can be evoked in the absence of fascial mobilization.
  • We can clarify these goals (and how to evoke them) on and off the table.
  • Self-care can be designed to mirror the goals of the series.
The workshop will be a combination of therapeutic techniques and experiential exercises supported by lectures and discussions.

Fascial mobilization is an effective strategy for integrating structure. Fascial work, however, is only one of many tools available in structural integration. In Rolf Movement Integration, we expand our toolkit by including evocative language, visualization and movement prompts. Using this interactive approach, we help clients achieve an enhanced sense of body awareness and improved coordination.

Lectures and discussions will cover topics such as:
  • Recent scientific discoveries in the fields of biomechanics, perception, and coordination.
  • How anatomical structures contribute to inherent body movement intelligence.
  • How body movement intelligence fits into an SI series.
  • How we include self-care into each session of a series.
  • How clients learn to discern and value non-effortful body movement intelligence.
Experiential Exercises
Students will be guided through exercises for deepening their own body awareness.

Therapeutic Techniques
Students will learn relevant Rolf Movement Integration sessions and self-care practices demonstrated live and through video presentation. These sessions will be performed by students on their own clients, followed by class debriefings. Students will be provided with illustrated guides containing detailed descriptions of all movement integration strategies presented.

Assigned Readings and Videos
Video and reading materials will be provided to deepen students' theoretical understanding of the subject matter presented.

About the Instructor

Per Haaland is a Certified Advanced Rolfer®, Rolfing® Instructor, and Rolf Movement® Instructor.

Per received his basic Rolfing® training in 1989 and completed his advanced training in 1994. Studies with Hubert Godard and Kevin Frank shape his understanding of structural integration as interactive somatic education, highlighting perceptual and coordinative processes. Per’s inclusive teaching style enables SI practitioners to easily and confidently expand their structural integration skills into Rolf Movement applications.


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