Marcelo MunIz is an advanced Rolfer® and movement teacher for 30 years. He is a Rolfing® Instructor and Rolf Movement™ Teacher.
He is also…
Haptic is the name, which is used to define a quality of action, when kinesthesia and sensoriality are used together for the touch, creating a palpatory sense. In a clinical perspective not only the sense of touch, but all the senses are integrated with kinesthesia, which expands the concept of haptic.
Studio Yoga & Co 15 Quai de Seine, 75019 Paris
1 IRC (manipulation), 1 Movement credit
- Different levels of the concept of hapticity, applying the clinical concept into the context of work with Rolfing.
- The relationship of the haptic system to the gravitational field.
- How the haptic system affects core stability and spatial orientation.
- Presence and quality of touch.
- The body as an agent and the body as a territory.
- How to work with territoriality as a primary factor for the possibility of orientation and attitudinal change.