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Unit II
Embodiment of Rolfing and Rolf Movement Integration.

Location
Stellenbosch
Time Frame
April – May 2017
Cost
ZAR 45 000

Entrance Requirements

  1. Successful completion of Unit I (FORSI) or Adv. Unit I (AFORSI).
  2. FORSI students only must allow a minimum three month interval between completing Unit I and starting Unit II, both to complete the required fifty hours of Skilful Touch massage practice and for knowledge integration.
  3. Passing grade on RISI's Life Sciences Exam.
  4. Verification of having received the Ten-Series from a Certified Rolfer.
  5. Verification of having received five Rolf Movement Integration sessions from a Certified Rolfer or Certified Movement Practitioner prior to starting Unit II.
  6. Approval of completed application forms and required enrolment forms.
  7. An Anatomy/Kinesiology paper, discussing specific questions relating to anatomical relationships and movement is required.

Objectives

The first week of Unit II focuses on each student's personal embodiment and understanding of the Principles of Rolfing as they are experienced in Rolf Movement Integration. In this first week, class meets for five days. The next seven weeks of instruction provide the student with the skills to recognize structural patterns in the body's form and in its function, to see structure in relation to gravity, and to achieve a working knowledge of the basic principles and theories of Rolfing and Rolf Movement.

Class Format

This eight-week intensive class meets four to five days a week. During this phase of their training, students will work on each other, giving and receiving a Ten-Series of Rolfing and three Rolf Movement sessions. Lectures, demonstrations and clinical applications will provide students with a broadened perspective on the Rolfing experience. Students will integrate the structural and functional approaches to Rolfing, learning how to determine when each kind of session is appropriate. The subjects of fascia anatomy, efficient body use, client/practitioner communication, and structural analysis are critical to this phase of Rolfing training.

Additional fees

Tuition fees do not include accommodation.

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