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Seattle, WA - The Shoulder Girdle: Support for Self-Expression
Sunday, June 30, 2019, 9:30 AM - 5:30 PM PDT
Category: National CE Courses

Date/Time:

Saturday, June 29, 2019 - Monday, July 1, 2019
9:30AM - 5:30PM each day

Location:

Fauntleroy Schoolhouse
9131 California Ave. SW
Seattle, WA 98136 USA

Prices/Tuition:

$585 before May 27, 2019
$650 after May 27, 2019

Full refunds less $50 cancellation fee if notified before 21 days from class start date.

Register Today by emailing Jeanne Vadnais

Contact: 

Jeanne Vadnais
321-765-3464
[email protected]

 

The Shoulder Girdle: Support for Self-Expression

Instructors: Mary Bond

Credits:  18 IASI Category 1 

Course Description:

This 3-day workshop is designed for Structural Integration practitioners to gain body reading confidence, skill in verbal cuing, and success in designing practical and transformational movement solutions for clients.

We will:

  • Understand the shoulder patterns and problems we feel in ourselves and notice in others.
  • Review the biomechanics of the arms, shoulders and spine.
  • Practice interventions that develop shoulder support and improve arm and shoulder articulation.
  • Develop articulation and support for gestures of giving, receiving, welcoming and boundary-setting.
  • Use movement education to help musicians, artists, dancers, athletes, computer programmers and new mothers eliminate shoulder symptoms.

Instructor Bio: 

Mary Bond studied with Dr. Ida Rolf from 1969 to 1972. Formerly Chair of the US Rolf Movement® faculty, she has been involved in movement education from the early days with Judith Aston, and has been profoundly influenced by the work of Hubert Godard. She is author of The New Rules of Posture, which has been translated into five languages, and a new multimedia book, Your Body Mandala: Posture as a Path to Presence. Her accessible teaching style turns fascia research and brain science into embodied and practical tools for healthy living. It is her joy to share her perspective of movement education.