The last webinar of the 7 FREE Webinars designed to help us during the coronavirus lockdown.
Conceived by Marina Blandini in collaboration with Marcel Teeuw and Pierpaola Volpones and produced by ERA – The European Rolfing® Association on May 2020. ERA has teamed up with leading Rolfing® experts, who have kindly agreed to participate in this project, to share their knowledge, experience and passion with you.
Author: Peter Schwind
Theme: “Fascial Training for the crossroads of organs and muscles”
Date: MAY 26th 2020
You will see that we have also added clarifying pictures to the exercise for the kidney and a video on the real movement of the kidney in the renal fascia for your reference.
“Peter Schwind was certified as a Rolfer™ in 1980, as a Rolfing® Instructor in 1985 and as an Advanced Rolfing® Instructor in 1999. As the first Advanced Rolfing® Instructor in our European faculty, Peter has been actively teaching for over three decades. We are tremendously grateful to him for sharing his expertise with us. Peter brings together different rivers of information to help us understand how some exercises can, as he calls it “change the spatial behaviour of fascia” of the organs and musculoskeletal system together.”
Peter will be leading our Post Advanced Rolfing® Workshop in October 2020 in Vienna for Advanced Rolfers™. Details can be found here. His next workshop, The Sacrum – Concepts and Techniques developed and applied from a Volumetric Perspective will take place from 19 – 21 April at our 2021 Conference in Munich.
Peter Schwind leads a number of courses in Munich, including on Fascial Training for the Organs, details of which can be found on his website as well as a host of reference materials including Barral’s “A Manual Approach to the Brain” and a number of books as mentioned by Peter in his webinar.
Going forward, we would like to incorporate more video and online tutorials into our offering. We are therefore very keen to receive your thoughts via email here as to what you would most like to see. We look forward to being in touch again soon with information on resources, research and training which we hope will continue to support you and your client.