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San Francisco, CA - The Sole of Mobility: Foot/Spine Relationships and the Principle of Support
Sunday, September 30, 2018, 9:30 AM to Tuesday, October 02, 2018, 4:30 PM PDT
Category: National CE Courses


September 30 - October 2, 2018


Brava Theater
2781 24th St.
San Francisco, CA 94110


Early Bird Registration (before August 25): $585
Standard Registration (after August 25): $600

Register by emailing Laura Pettibone


Laura Pettibone
(415) 518-3689
[email protected]


The Sole of Mobility: Foot/Spine Relationships and the Principle of Support

Instructors: Mary Bond

Organizational Host: Mary Bond

Credits:  18 IASI Category 1 

Course Description:

This workshop is designed for Structural Integration practitioners, other manual therapists, and somatic movement professionals to gain body reading confidence and success in creating practical and transformative movement solutions for clients.

We will:

  • Study the bony articulations of the feet and the biomechanical relationships between feet, pelvis, and spine
  • Understand the foot patterns and problems we see in ourselves and others
  • Discover the effects of foot mobility and support on the function of legs, hips, pelvis, and spine
  • Observe the effects of foot mobility and support on respiration, balance, and locomotion
  • Learn self-help for deficiencies in our foundations
  • Apply new perceptions to the practice of any somatic discipline, and to daily living

18 NCBTMB CEUs offered

Instructor Bio: 

Mary Bond studied with Ida Rolf from 1969 to 1972. Emeritus Faculty of the Rolf Institute, she has been involved in the development of movement education for SI from the early days with Judith Aston to the current evolution through the work of Hubert Godard. She has taught movement workshops throughout the USA, in UK and Australia. Mary is the author of Balancing Your Body, the New Rules of Posture, and Your Body Mandala: Posture as a Path to Presence, and has also produced a DVD: Heal Your Posture. It is her joy to share her perspective of movement education. You can read Mary’s blog at www.healyourposture.com