Evoking Coordinative Structure – Rolfing‘s 10-Series ”Core Hours” as Phases of Gait

Instructor TBA
Language English
Date 09.09.2015 — 11.09.2015
Price TBD Euro
Location Hotel Fuerte Conil-Fuerte Luz

Workshop with Kevin Frank (Asst. Caryn McHose)
3 days 9/10/11 September 2015
09.00 – 18.00 Sala Zahora,
3 Movement Credits

The core hours of the 10-series address fascial mobilization in the deep structures between spine and limbs, especially spine to legs where the work reduces inhibitory impulses in/around the pelvis. The ”Core” as motor pattern intelligence offers a fresh perspective. This workshop treats each core hour as a revival in phases of gait: stance/landing, swing and push-off phases. A revived gait links to an extensive catalog of improved motor patterns-we feel the body walk in a genuine and self confirming manner; and, greater eccentricity (elongation and volume) in response to the need to move. The workshop includes table and seated work, standing and moving, and self-care practices clients take home.

Kevin Frank is a Certified Advanced Rolfer, Rolf Movement Instructor, and the author of numerous articles derived from Godard‘s Tonic Function model; he also co-authored (with Caryn McHose) How Life Moves, Explorations in Meaning and Body Awareness. He has a private practice in Holderness, NH, USA, and teaches workshops for structural integrators and other movement professionals.
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