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Salt Lake City, UT - Advanced Review 1: Cadaver Lab, Dissection, and Review of Sessions 1-3 (5 day course)
Thursday, May 17, 2018, 9:00 AM to Tuesday, May 22, 2018, 5:00 PM PDT
Category: National CE Courses

Date/Time:

May 17 - May 22, 2018 (with Sunday the 20th off)
9:00 am - 5:30 pm
There will be a one hour break for lunch.

Location: 

Wasatch Retreat & Conference Center
75 S 200 E
Salt Lake City, UT 84111

Cost

Early Bird: $995 (ends April 17th)
Regular: $1,110.00 (after April 17th)


Register Now!

Contact: 

Stacy Jenkins
801-696-1169
stacy.jenkins@rolfguild.org

Advanced Review 1: Cadaver Lab, Dissection, and Review of Sessions 1-3

Instructor: Amber Burnham and Elisa Noel 

IASI CE Credits: 35

Course Description:

Join Amber Burnham and Elisa Noel as the Guild presents a 5 day workshop. Our friends at the Institute of Human Anatomy will be leading us in 2 Cadaver Anatomy reviews and 1 hands on fascial dissection as we gain new insights into the foundation of Dr. Rolf's recipe. This 5-day class is a blend of theory, lab and practice of the first three "superficial" sessions. Students will exchange sessions 1-3 of the Basic 10 Series.

Workshop sizes are limited. Reservations will be accepted in date order. Some workshops require a minimum level of experience or the completion of certain certifications. Please be able to provide proof of certifications and/or be available for an orientation phone call with a representative from The Guild for Structural Integration prior to your class or workshop. A confirmation email will be sent upon receipt of registration and deposit. A representative may reach out to you shortly after registration to confirm prerequisites. Course will be confirmed once minimum numbers are reached.

Speaker Bios:

Amber Burnham: Amber has been practicing therapeutic bodywork since 1995 after graduating from the Utah College of Massage Therapy (UCMT) Professional Program. In 1999, she also completed the Clinical Career Track and the Structural Integration Track at UCMT. She was fortunate to work with UCMT founder Norm Cohn, and Steven Padgen for her initial training in the 10 sessions of Structural Integration, and later with Andy Crow. In 1999, Cohn asked her to revise and teach UCMT’s movement class. Thus began her love of teaching – a love that has continued to the present. Norm and Andy, both trained by Ida Rolf in the 1970’s, instilled in Amber a respect for the Guild for Structural Integration (GSI). She completed her Advanced Five Series training with Emmett Hutchins. In addition to her teaching at UCMT, she has gained extensive experience serving on the GSI faculty in Kauai, Hawaii, and Boulder Colorado. Amber’s approach to Structural Integration comes from the basic principle that the human body is a self-healing organism. When all the parts of the body fit together, move freely and are functioning properly, then health and well being become our natural state instead of pain and discomfort. Whether she is helping someone with chronic pain or helping athletes increase their performance, this basic principle is the underlying foundation for all of her work. Amber continually enjoys working the intelligence of Ida’s ten session system while keeping each individual’s goals and concerns in hand to create a unique experience. When she is not practicing bodywork Amber enjoys laughing with family and friends, traveling, and spending time with her two pugs.

Elisa Noel: Elisa graduated from Southern Illinois University with a Master’s Degree in Kinesiology and Exercise Physiology and received a Bachelor’s Degree in Physical Education from Weber State University. Through her tenure in physical education, Elisa has developed a thriving sports and wellness based career – including teaching a variety of physical education courses for her alma mater at Southern Illinois, working as a personal trainer, group fitness instructor and conditioning coach for the Women’s Basketball program at Salt Lake Community College. In 2006 Elisa attended Utah College of Massage Therapy and became a Licensed Massage Therapist. Shortly after, in 2007, Elisa attended the Guild for Structural Integration (GSI) to become a Certified Structural Integration Practitioner. In 2009 Elisa studied again under renowned Emmett Hutchins, earning her Advanced Structural Integration certificate. While developing a substantive massage therapy and Structural Integration clientele, Elisa has continued in her passion for teaching. In addition to her extensive background in sports and fitness education, Elisa has assisted Basic 10 Series classes, Advanced Training and a wide variety of continuing education workshops. She continues to engage her scientific background in research based writing, the development of continuing education courses, and the creation of cadaver based dissection courses. Elisa looks forward to developing curriculum and incorporating Functional Fitness movement based exercises to support her clients and students at Center For Length. The combination of Elisa’s passion, knowledge and education positions her as a natural and respected leader in the Structural Integration community.