Participants will be introduced to the history, theory and unique strategies for viewing and working with the human body in gravity both in function and structure. Participants will take part in experiential exercises, have an opportunity for hands on supervised exchange and participate in lectures, audiovisuals and instructor demonstrations.
This course does not certify participants as Rolfers™. Participants may not use this class as proof of certification.
Libby Eason became a Rolfer™ in 1992, Movement Teacher in 1994, Advanced Rolfer in 1997 and Faculty in 2004. Other training includes Biodynamic CranioSacral, Feldenkrais Method Practitioner, and various other CE courses and private mentoring.