The Art of Structural Integration
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- Course Details
This is a retrospective workshop from Sharon, as one Dr. Rolf’s alleged “Artistic Experiments”. In practice, the Art of Rolfing is the transformation of dense damaged tissue into the spacious fascial web of well being.
Sharon was taught to Rolf through vision and touch, with Dr. Rolf working through her hands so she could feel how to change tissue. She was shown how tissue looked and felt before and after work. Without reference to anatomy, she was taught from an artistic perspective.
This class will explore Dr. Rolf’s different ways of changing tissue like strumming, ironing, shoveling and scraping. Sharon will demonstrate Dr. Rolf’s method of triangulating the directional vector of the tissue, determining the change rate of the tissue and a test to see if you were successful. We will also explore balance and integration.
Dr. Rolf taught with stories and paradoxes, illustrating how the history of an accident was embedded in the body along with the age that it happened. She told of Grace, the music teacher; the first person she ‘Rolfed’, and of the flowers in her hair. Sharon will share stories about the origins of the work, some stories Dr. Rolf told, as well as some stories of her own about Dr. Rolf.
Everyone will have a chance to receive a session from Sharon and get some practice learning the various Rolfing techniques, learning how to “see”, and identifying the next and right place to work within a given session.
This workshop is for structural integrators only.
|Dates||Jul 28 – 30, 2015|
|Location||Walpole, ME, USA|
|Address||180 Clarks Cove Road Walpole, ME 04573|
|Class Times||9AM – 5PM|
|Teacher(s)||Sharon Hancock Wheeler|
|Tuition||$600 / $550 before June 17th|
|Credits Earned||21 CEs IASI Cat 1|
|Cancellation Fee||For cancellations prior to 2 months before class – full refund less $100 admin fee; for cancellations up to 6 weeks prior – 50% refund less $100 fee; Cancellation less than 30 days prior – non-refundable.|
|Contact||Becky or Erin at (888) 546-3747|
Get in touch if you have questions about this course.