A basic introduction of the internal structures associated with inherent motion of the cranial system and their relevance to the seventh session of Rolfing SI. This class is designed to deepen the capabilities of the 7th session and to broaden the practitioner’s scope in preparation for Advanced Training.
The emphasis of this workshop will be primarily on the cranium, and secondarily on the neck.
Day 1: Exploration of Cranial Motility and Inherent Motion:
Palpating Cerebrospinal fluid circulation
Day 2: Refining Touch: Approaching Session 7 from the perspective of Motility
Refining Perception, Touch and Contact
Tracking the nervous system
The cranium in context of the whole person
Day 3: Application & Integration
Addressing the Temporal Mandibular Joint
Balancing the neural and visceral cranium.
Sally Klemm has been practicing Rolfing SI and Craniosacral Therapy since 1986. Jim Asher was her first cranial teacher & Jan H. Sultan her first Rolfing teacher. She maintains a private practice in Hawaii & has been teaching worldwide since joining the RISI Faculty in 1995. Her teaching style creates a relaxed atmosphere that supports a variety of learning styles.
Since its inception in 1971, The Rolf Institute of Structural Integration has been dedicated to bringing
Rolfing Structural Integration to the world. The headquarters in Boulder, Colorado, and international
offices in Europe, Brazil, Canada and Japan, are the only schools that certify Rolfers™ and Rolf
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