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San Francisco, CA - Introduction to Advanced Series Work
Saturday, November 03, 2018, 9:00 AM to Wednesday, November 07, 2018, 5:30 PM PDT
Category: National CE Courses

Date/Time:

November 3-7, 2018

Location:

San Francisco, CA

Prices/Tuition:

$650 on or before October 3, 2018
$750 after October 3, 2018

Call or email Andrew Alvarado to register.

Contact: 

 

 

Introduction to Advanced Series Work

Instructors: Neal Powers

Organizational Host: Andrew Alvarado

Credits:  30 IASI Category 1 

Course Description:

This workshop provides the practitioner with a review of Dr. Rolf’s basic ten sessions and introduces the practitioner to Advanced Class strategies, evaluations, and goals. This class is recommended for practitioners wishing to enhance their understanding of the basic ten series and who are considering taking an Advanced Training. This workshop will be limited to 12 participants.

Instructor Bio: 

Neal received his Basic Training and Advanced Training with Dr. Ida P. Rolf starting in 1971 at Esalen Institute in Big Sur, California. He became a member of the faculty of the Rolf Institute in 1980. Neal was the Rolf Institute President for six years, 1982-88. In 1992, he became an Honorary Life Member of the Rolf Institute. In 1991 Emmett Hutchins, Peter Melchior, Stacey Mills, and Neal founded the Guild for Structural Integration. Neal was an active teacher on the Guild faculty and then became the Guild's President from 2013-16. Neal continues to teach for schools recognized by IASI. Neal has a great ability to clearly deliver the principles and theories of the SI work, and with his amazing sense of humor, strong spiritual and family base, he has become a guiding light for many practitioners. He has devoted his life to spreading the theory and practice of Dr. Rolf's work to his many students around the world. He has taught in China, Taiwan, Japan, Israel, Brazil, Italy, Switzerland, Germany, the Czech Republic, Poland, and across the United States and Canada. In 1983 and 1985, he led two scientific exchanges to China. In 1988 he was part of a study group that researched the effects of Structural Integration on ice skaters’ performance for the USA Olympic Center in Colorado Springs. Neal has maintained an active and successful private practice in San Francisco since 1973.