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Tokyo, Japan - The Way for Translation of 10 Recipe of SI into the Movement with the Art of Yield, Part 3
Tuesday, November 14, 2017 to Friday, November 17, 2017
Category: International CE Courses


Part 3:
November 14 - 17, 2017
Tokyo, Japan


YEN 80,000 

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Hiroyoshi Tahata
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050 3697 3815

The Way for Translation of 10 Recipe of SI into the Movement with the Art of Yield

Instructor: Hiroyoshi Tahata
IASI CE Credits: 30 (per part)

Course Description:

The Art of Yield evokes structural change and integration in a new way by using the client’s system to make the decisions about where to go through the Oriental concept of MA (Space/timing) and HARA .The results shown below can be achieved through gentle and brief, but precisely timed touch, without using classical myofascial release technique we typically use in Rolfing® S.I. I saw many Structural Integrators hurting themselves by using too much pressure in their practices. We are body/wellness professionals teaching others how to live and move with more ease. There should be a consistency between what the practitioner is doing and what the practitioner is teaching the client. I as a Rolfer have been developing a way to work with more ease. It allows the practitioner to discern and follow a more extensive range of change.

In Part 1, the fundamental concept of Yield will be introduced. This class will cover the 1st hour to the 3rd hour of the 10-hour series.

Part 2 is about the CORE sessions, 4th hr through the 7th hr.

Followed by these parts, the final Part 3 class will focus “integration", with various useful position strategy.

Part 2: May 22 - 25, 2017
Part 3: Nov 14 - 17, 2017

Instructor Bio: 

Hiroyoshi Tahata is a certified advanced Rolfer™ and Rolf Movement® Instructor. In 1999, Hiro began exploring the movement of Yield and has cultivated and deepened his understanding of this primal action over the past 18 years. The approach he has developed is transformative and broadens a practitioner’s field of perception and informed touch.