Rolf Movement™ Certification Training 2024
• SI practitioners from IASI-approved schools
France Hatt-Arnold is a Certified Rolf Movement™ Practitioner (1986), Certified Rolfer…
Certified since 2004, Nicola is also a Rolf Movement™ Practitioner (2009) and a Certified Advanced Rolfer…
Rita Geirola is a Certified Rolfer…
Fuensanta graduated in Medicine and Surgery from the University of Cordoba in 1987. She graduated as a…
In the 1960s, the American biochemist, Dr. Ida Rolf, the founder of Rolfing® SI, was already discovering that gravity and fascia play an important role for upright posture and economical movement. “Put it where it belongs and ask for movement” – this statement by Dr. Ida Rolf indicates how important it is that the body prepares itself ideally for each movement.
The Rolf Movement™ intesive training is in three parts, the first part residential in a beautiful hotel in Spain: and the second and third part in Munich.
Part I in SPAIN (10 days, residential) with France Hatt-Arnold and Fuensanta Munoz de la Cruz
FUNCTIONAL EMBODIMENT OF THE 10 ROLFING SESSIONS
Mon. 20.05. – Fri. 31.05.2024 (Days off: Thu. 23.05./Tue. 28.05.2024)
Part 2 in Munich (10 days) with Nicola Carofiglio and Fuensanta Munoz de la Cruz
STRATEGY AND DESIGN OF A ROLF MOVEMENT 3-SERIES
Mon. 22.07. – Fri. 02.08.2024 (Days off: Thu. 25.07./Tue. 30.07.2024)
Part 3 in Munich (10 days) with Rita Geirola and Fuensanta Munoz de la Cruz
INTRODUCTION TO LEADING ROLF MOVEMENT GROUPS
Mon. 09.12. – Fri. 20.12.2024 (Days off: Thu. 12.12/Tue. 17.12.2024)
Registration and down payment of € 500.- required after registration.
1. payment until 20.04.2024: 2150 €
2. payment until 22.06.20224 2150 €
3. payment until 20.11.2024 1650 €
Price (2022) for Hotel Fuerte el Rompido in Spain, Andalusia:
Double room, breakfast and dinner buffet, drinks included: 60 € / per person
Single room: breakfast and dinner buffet, drinks included: 86 € / per person
- All Certified Rolfers® and SI practitioners from IASI-approved schools interested in the functional aspects of Rolfing®.
- Previous Rolf Movement™ Practitioner are welcome to participate in Part 3 - Introduction to leading Rolf Movement groups.
Part 1: FUNCTIONAL EMBODIMENT OF THE 10 ROLFING® SESSIONS
In this part of the training, you will deepen your understanding of the functional aspects of the Rolfing Ten Series. The embodied explorations will be a platform for you to deepen your understanding of the Rolfing process and to be able to therefore offer more resonant movement explorations for your clients in their sessions.
Part 2: STRATEGY AND DESIGN OF A ROLF MOVEMENT 3-SERIES
In this second part you will focus on learning how to strategize and build a series of 3 Rolf Movement Sessions. These sessions are not necessarily linked to the classical Rolfing process but will support you in creating a richer toolset for meeting the varied needs of your clients. Ultimately, the intention is to support your client’s development of their body awareness and their ability to creatively sustain the benefits of what they gained from their Rolfing Ten Series process. That said, this series of three Rolf Movement Sessions could equally be used with clients who have not undergone the classical Rolfing process and may be looking for an introduction to Rolfing.
Part 3: INTRODUCTION TO LEADING ROLF MOVEMENT GROUPS
In this third and final part, using Rolf Movement theory, principles and embodied explorations, you will further explore how to create sequences and how to sustain series of movement in exploration classes that you will be able to use in a group setting. This part is intended to assist you in creating additional support for your client’s on-going work on themselves. It will also provide you with a new approach to be able to reach out to interested groups. Through offering Rolfing Movement classes, you will be able to provide a new avenue to introduce potential clients to the Rolfing process.
Part 3 invites already certified Rolf Movement™ Practitioners to participate in the newly developed aspect of the Rolfing body of knowledge – ‘leading groups’.