Full course description

  Module 1: March 15-21 (day off March 18)
Module 2: May 10-16 (day off May 13)
Both - 9am-5:30pm
Course Number:
  RMC5.17 - Module 1
RMC6.17 - Module 2
  Carol A Agneessens
  Module 1 or Module 2 - $955 each + $30 administrative fee
CE Credits:
  6 Rolf Movement Credits per Module
(6 Days Credit toward Rolf Movement Certification total)
Class Info:
  Will be sent after registration

303 Potrero St.
Building 29. Suite 202
Santa Cruz, CA 

These intensives catalyze and refocus the central theme of Dr. Rolf's recipe toward evoking and activating the core within each session of the Ten-Series.

Module 1: March 15-21 (day off March 18) Reviewing Dr. Rolf’s recipe: sessions 1-7.
With attention to principles and taxonomies, we will integrate movement approaches with manipulation to achieve the traditional goals of sessions 1-6. As practitioners deepen their own embodiment of core it enables a smoother and more direct transmission of these somatic-sensorial understandings to the client.

Module 2: May 10-16 (day off May 13) Reviewing Dr. Rolf’s recipe: sessions 7-10.
These sessions are traditionally the integrative hours within the Rolf series. Working from an integrated experience of core and Rolf Line, participants will discover the natural unfolding of their client’s process within the series. Attention will be given to stabilizing alignment
in the Gravity field.

Although we speak about "the core" and the "Rolf Line", embodying these “organizing principles” are often less available to clients and sometimes to practitioners too. Participants will learn and practice specific ways to activate core during the manipulative and movement work of the Rolfing series.

These intensives may be taken separately.

Carol A Agneessens, MS.has been practicing Rolfing® SI and Rolf Movement® Integration for over 36 years. As a Rolfing SI and Rolf Movement Instructor and as a certified instructor in association with the Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy Association, her focus includes cultivating an expanded perceptual field, receptive listening, and deepening sensory awareness. She has come to appreciate that these are key factors for sustained transformation within oneself and in working with others.