EXPLORING THE POTENTIAL OF STRUCTURAL INTEGRATION:  A COOPERATIVE SHARING OF OUR INSIGHTS AND STRENGTHS

Price: $750

October 5-8 2017 (9 - 5:30 each day)


Location: Guilford Technical Community College

Jamestown campus

Jamestown, NC

Registration will be available mid June 2017 (28 NCBTMB CEU’s)

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contact : 

Nancy Triplett
Email: nmtriplett1@gtcc.edu 
Direct: (336) 454-1126 Ext. 55012

This class will be taught and facilitated by Bill Morrow, Certified Advanced Rolfer. The class will focus on cultivating and refining our manual skills,  illuminating our strengths, and deepening our embodiment to elevate the caliber of our interventions. We will 
take time to discuss the diverse strengths and preferences of each individual in the class so that we can all expand our understanding of the potential SI holds.  The format of this class will include lecture, discussion, demos, practica, and exchange of sessions with a partner.  Come with an open mind and be prepared to have fun!

Class size is limited to 12 participants to maximize individual attention.

Topics of consideration

• Being in the moment and navigating distractions
• Common misconceptions about SI
• Thinking outside the series and "fix it" work
• What the client wants -vs- what you think they need
• Tracking complex patterns through the structure

Prerequisites


This class is orientated toward Structural Integration practitioners. It will be beneficial to have a basic understanding of how structure affects the human body.  For those that are unsure if they meet the prerequisites or general questions. I can be contacted at 366-856-2991 or (williammorrow555@gmail.com)

Bio

Bill Morrow received his undergraduate degree in Psychology from High Point University in 1995.  He became a Rolfer in 1998 and completed his Advanced Training in 2007.  Over many years, Bill has explored the complex makeup of patterns in biological tissues and other materials.  His studies include Visceral, Neural, Cranial, Movement, Biomechanics, and Energetic sensing, as well as guitar building and other trade crafts.  Bill continues to draw on all of these sources to ever deepen his exploration of how to coax out structural and functional potential. 
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