Functional Methods for Structural Integrators: Assessments & Treatments"
Friday, February 17, 2017, 9:00 AM to Sunday, February 19, 2017, 5:00 PM PST
Category: CE Courses
Module 1: February 17-19, 2017
Module 2: May 5-7, 2017
Module 3: August 11-13, 2017
Module 4: November 17-19, 2017
9.00am to 5.00pm each day of class; includes breaks
$575 per module due at time of registration; a discount of $25 is given if tuition paid 30 days or more in advance.
Registration Process: To reserve a space you will need to provide us: mailing address, contact telephone number, email address, a copy of your current Declaration of Malpractice Insurance and full tuition (check or credit cards accepted). Confirmation is sent upon receipt of tuition.
Space is limited to 18 people, early registration is encouraged!
541-689-1515 – 9.00am to 3.00pm pacific time
Instructor: Jeffrey Burch
IASI CE Credits: Category 1 - 18 Credits/Hours per Module
There are many varieties of Functional Methods. The most commonly practiced variations are Unwinding and
Functional-Indirect. While these two low-force yet powerful treatment methods allow the practitioner to accomplish a
great deal, skill in the full scope of functional methods dramatically increases the number of keys on a practitioners ring to
unlock well being for a wide range of client situations. I invite you to pick up those keys one at a time over the course of a
For 2017, this course will teach 16 distinct assessment methods. The assessment methods are organized into a protocol
to find the most productive place to work at each moment. Each assessment method provides some information, but not
all information. Comparing observations from several assessment methods facilitates finding the most productive place to
work at each moment of a treatment session. Some assessment methods will be used in every assessment, others will be
brought in as situations arise. For a full list of assessment methods to be taught, see the calendar.
19 treatment methods will be taught along with sub-variations and combinations. Once the best entry point has been
determined, treatment methods can be selected to make effective change quickly and comfortably with little effort. In the
uniqueness and complexity of our clients, each functional treatment method provides another potential avenue to
normalize tight or lax tissue in the body. A classification system for treatment methods will be presented, which can lead
to the development of new treatment variations. For a full list of treatment methods taught, see the calendar.
Jeffrey Burch received a biology BA in from the University of Oregon in 1975, then Rolfing Certification Rolfer in 1977, and Advanced Certification in 1990. Returning to University of Oregon, he earned a Psychology BA 1993 and a Counseling Masters in 1995; thesis on psychosomatic conditions. He then studied Visceral Manipulation with Jean-Pierre Barral and associates to the Instructor level, but is no longer associated with the Barral Institute. Jeffrey studied Cranial manipulation in several schools.
Jeffrey Burch practices in Eugene & Portland Oregon and offers classes at several locations in the US. He has developed original assessment and treatment methods.