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Adressing pathologies of the lower extremities, pelvis and lumbar spine with Rolfing® photo

Language: English

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Payment options available upon enrollment
CE Credits
3 DIRI Required Intermediate Credits



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Course Details:

Dates: April 11, 2024 - April 13, 2024
Times: Thu. + Fri. 9am-6pm, Sat. 9am-4.30pm
Credits: 3 DIRI Required Intermediate Credits

In this course we will work on dysfunctions of the lower limbs, including problems of the pelvis and the lumbar spine. We will look at dysfunctions of the vertebral discs, facet joints of the lumbar spine, the sacrum, the coccyx and of course all joints of the lower extremities (knee, hip and ankle).

While clinical dysfunctions are a clear point of departure for this workshop, we build a bridge to our Rolfing context in terms our understanding and proposed treatment. This means that we integrate the work through a better organisation of the body in gravity and perception.

Another focus of the workshop is the theme of container and content (outside/inside), which means that we will observe the connection between the structural (musculoskeletal) and visceral system in the area of the pelvis.

This workshop is part of the European Biannual Meeting 2024. Please click HERE to find out more.

About the Instructor

Thomas Sonnleitner became a Certified Rolfer® in 2009 and a Certified Advanced Rolfer in 2014. He is a member of the Life Sciences Faculty of the Rolf Institute of Structural Integration® (Boulder, CO) and teaches Anatomy for the European Rolfing® Association e.V.

He began working as a physiotherapist in 1990. He also studied different approaches like Chiropractic, Biomechanics and Spiral dynamic. Further he did a lot of dissections in a leading position. The functionality of the human body from a view of anatomy and physiology is a never ending process in his life.