Dr. Ida Rolf Institute - Event Information


Event Name:RMW8.19 Spinal Therapeutics: A Systems Approach to Vitality and Personal Agency
Event Type(s):Continuing Education
Rolf Movement Training
Description:
Dates/Times:
  October 10-13, 2019
9:30AM-6:00PM (final day ending time may change)
Course Number:
  RMW8.19
Instructor(s):
  Suzanne Picard and Jonathan Martine
Cost:
  $845 or early bird discount if registered and paid in full by August 26, 2019 $795
+ $50 administrative fee
CE Credits:
  4 Rolf Movement Credits
30 NCBTMB Continuing Education Hours
Class Info:
  Please contact Jeanne Vadnais for information regarding housing.
Event Date:10/10/2019
Event Time:9:30 AM - 6:00 PM Pacific
Location:Camp Long
5200 35th Ave SW
Entrance at SW Dawson and, 35th Ave SW
Seattle, WA 98126
UNITED STATES

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Contact Person:Jonathan Martine
Details:This workshop will integrate axial and appendicular approaches to address spinal challenges blending anatomical understanding and manual approaches with perception and coordination. Topics covered include scoliosis, common spinal dysfunctions-habitual and traumatic- and recovering spinal fluency with session based interventions and home lessons.

Details
Presentation will include the anatomical, arthrokinematic, coordinative and perceptual underpinnings of spinal movement with detailed overview of the most common patterns and spinal dysfunctions seen regularly in practice.

We will explore :
  • Interoceptive and exteroceptive aspects of deep tonic set points, breath, gait and implications for spinal agency during daily activities.
  • Client centered assessment providing clues to the various inhibitions which may restrict vital, comfortable and full movement.
  • Positional Strategies that lead to home based lessons will build connections from client assessments.
  • The home program is an important aspect of expanding kinesthetic awareness, muscle facilitation and endurance, and eventually more full expression of spinal vitality.
  • The sense of agency (SA), or sense of control, is the subjective awareness of initiating, executing, and controlling one's own volitional actions in the world. It is the pre-reflective awareness or implicit sense that it is I who is executing bodily movement(s) or thinking thoughts.
Suzanne Picard, MFA, has been part of the Rolf Institute® Faculty since 1995 as a leader in the Foundations program, and presently acting Chair of the U.S. Rolf Movement® Faculty. Her studies include extensive Movement training, Visceral and Neural Manipulation, and Cranial Therapy. Her personal practices include continuum and yoga. Suzanne's passion is embodied anatomy, perception, and the increased vitality and development that this supports.

Jonathan Martine was certified as a Rolfer™ in 1992 and completed his advanced Rolfing® certification in 1997. In addition, he has studied therapies that treat the fascial systems of the viscera (organs), neural (nerve), vascular and the cranium in order to include these structures in his work. He has studied movement and manual therapies extensively through Rolfing, Physical Therapy, Pilates, Osteopaths and rehabilitative sciences. He has been an instructor in the Rolf Institute Certification program since 1993 and teaches in Basic and Advanced Trainings as well as Rolf Movement Certification
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