Full course description

Dates/Times:
  Friday, March 16, 8:30 AM – 
Sunday March 18, 3:00 PM
Course Number:
  CE11.18
Instructor(s):
  Bruce Schonfeld
Cost:
  $795.
Early Registration of 45days in advance is $695.
+ $30 administrative fee
CE Credits:
  3 Required Intermediate Credits
Class Info:
  Jeanne Vadnais
321-765-3464
Jeanne@WestSeattleRolfing.com

Location:
Camp Long Main Hall
5200 35th Ave SW
Seattle, WA 98126

Generally following the trail of larger visceral ligaments associated with the Gastrointestinal Track, SVGI offers a complementary approach to Visceral Manipulation. Rooted in respectful direct technique and hands-on skills familiar to a Rolfer/SI Practitioner, the abdominopelvic organs are addressed within the same general 3-D architectural framework as Dr. Rolf's recipe sessions 1-6. SVGI incorporates a 'Principles Approach' to strategizing, troubleshooting, and problem solving sessions as developed by Sultan, Salveson, and Maitland.

SVGI contextualizes the low-back, pelvis and abdomen with the organs and membranes of the gastrointestinal system. A primary goal is to better balance membranous tension associated with the parietal peritoneum. In concert with keeping a global structural perspective, SVGI is further contextualized with the lumbodorsal fascia, lower extremities and feet.

Appropriate for beginners and seasoned practitioners alike, SVGI offers a 'Combined Technique'approach to Fascial  Manipulation. Membranous and visceral structures covered include the peritoneum, cecum, appendix, ascending colon, hepatic flexure, liver, gall bladder, stomach, spleen, splenic flexure, descending colon, sigmoid colon, urinary bladder, lesser and greater omentum, and the root of the mesentery. Bridging biopsychosocial and anatomical gaps, Structural-Visceral Integration offers a systems anatomy approach to Structural Integration. The goal is systems symbiosis.

Please bring a treatment table, set of sheets, and pillows if you like to this event.
Please contact Jeanne Vadnais regarding housing and/or other local affairs.

Fascinated by the inter-relationship between the container and it’s contents, Bruce Schonfeld was Certified in Rolfing Structural Integration in 1994. since then, he has taken the Rolfing Advanced Training 3 times. Bruce has studied Visceral Osteopathy since 1996. Bruce took his first class with Jean-Pierre Barral in 2000 and has logged over 300 hours with him directly since then. More info on Bruce at http://www.advancedrolfing.com.