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June 2021 Webinar: The Power of Intent: Using your Mind to Expand your Work
Thursday, June 17, 2021, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM PST
Category: Webinars

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IASI Webinar: The Power of Intent: Using your Mind to Expand your Work

Presenter: Scott Gauthier

Webinar Description:

A review of how key people in the early days of SI defined and used the mind, intent, and focus. Bella Karish and Byron Gentry were two early influencers. Bella Karish was a channel in Pasadena whom Dr. Rolf utilized. Byron Gentry and Dr. Rolf were friends and colleagues. Byron trained with Dr. Rolf in 1954. Byron’s creation of “the tool”, use of intent, and “checking” were taught in weekend seminars often attended by early practitioners.  We will examine the knowledge that they brought to our art and how to use it today.

Learning Objectives:

  • Develop a better concept of what the mind is and how to use it

  • Learn how to “check” for where to and how to work

  • Learn to project your energy to work deeper easier

  • Begin to work more with your subconscious self


  • IASI Members: $25.00 
  • Non-Members: $35.00
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Featured Speaker:

Scott Gauthier trained under Peter Melchior at the GSI in 1991-1992. He was introduced to Byron Gentry by his Rolfer, Frank Wu, in 1990, He had several readings with Bella Karish. He made it an intent to study with the oldest and earliest trained practitioners, also studying under Dorothy Nolte. He wishes to pass on some of the information that these elders had that are blended into the foundation of our work. Through elements of Gestalt work, Scott also found the intersection of Structural Integration and Past Life memories and how each influences the other. Scott has served on the boards of the IASI and CBSI.