Full course description
|Dates/Times:||Module 1A: March 11-17, 2018 (Day off .March 14)|
Module 1B: May 25-31, 2018 (Day off . May 28)
Module 2: August 10-16, 2018 (Day off August 13)
Module 3: November 9-15, 2018 (Day off Nov. 12)
Module 4: January 18-24, 2019 (Day off Jan. 21)
|Course Number:||Module 1A: CE1.18|
Module 1B: CE2.18
Module 2: CE3.18
Module 3: CE4.18
Module 4: CE1.19
|Instructor(s):||Carol A. Agneessens, MS. & Ray McCall, MA.|
|Cost:||$1155 per module + $30 administrative fee|
|CE Credits:||6 Required Intermediate Credits per Module|
|Class Info:||Carol A Agneessens: firstname.lastname@example.org / 831-662-3057|
Ray McCall: email@example.com / 303-449-9477
The Rolf Institute
5055 Chaparral Court
Boulder, CO 80301
This foundational training delves into biodynamic theory & principles, cranial anatomy /physiology, treatment protocols,embryological development and the cultivation of practitioner presence. This approach will be immediately relevant to your Rolfing practice. The first module may be taken for cranial credit toward the Advanced Training.
Module 1: Cultivating Touch and Perception: The Art of Healing
- An overview of cranio-sacral phenomena.
- Principles and Theory of a Biodynamic Orientation
Stillness, Resonance and Neutral
- Cranial anatomy: sutures, meninges and venous sinuses.
- he path of fluctuation: reciprocal tension membrane
- Midlines of Orientation
- Embryological beginnings
- Energetic nodes of function
- Perception of tides / deepening stillness / presence
- Engaging the core-link.
- Anatomy of visceral and neural cranium.
- Movement / circulation of the cranial sacral fluid
Ventricles, aqueducts, canals.
- Embryology of facial development (pharyngeal folds)
- Engaging the Social Nervous System: vagus nerve (ventral – dorsal)
- Interface with blood and heart formation: the breath of heart
- Embrological formation of the viscera
- Formation of diaphragms
Ascending and descending motility
- Urogenital formation: overview - kidneys
- Midlines of visceral development
Uro-genital formation: kidneys, bladder and gential organs
- Longitudinal fluctuation: potency and amplitude
Augmentation of practitioner presence and tidal response
- Embryological fluid fields of the brain and spinal cord
- Formation of the central nervous system:
- Engaging the notochord and its signaling center
- The ‘back-bone’ of structure
- The organiziing fulcrum of spinal segments
- Tissue, Fluids and electromagnetic fields.
- Integration and Closure
Review – refine - reinforce
Application of cranio-sacral skills to health and healing
Carol A Agneessens has been practicing Rolfing and Rolf-movement for over 35 years. As a member of the Rolf Institute faculty, and as a certified instructor in association with the Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy Association, her focus includes cultivating a receptive touch, expanding perceptual dimensions, and engaging the movement of formation through the study of embryology. She has come to appreciate these as key factors for sustained transformation within oneself and in working with others.Ray McCall has 38 years experience as a Rolfer. As a RISI Advanced faculty member he teaches basic, Advanced and Continuing Education classes both in the States and Abroad. His particular interest is the energetic taxonomy and how change occurs: how we more fully become and express who we are. Ray trained to instructor level in Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy.