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RMI4.22 Rolf Movement Integration
Wednesday, October 05, 2022, 9:00 AM to Sunday, October 09, 2022, 6:00 PM MST
Category: National CE Courses

Course Title: RMI4.22 Rolf Movement Integration
Course Location: Boulder, CO
Course Date(s): 10/5/2022 - 10/9/2022
Course Time: 09:00 AM - 06:00 PM MST
Course Instructor(s): Dr. Lucia Merlino, Ph.D
Organizational Host: Dr. Ida Rolf Institute®
Registration Fees: $1,109 + $75 Admin Fee = $1,184
Registration Process: Register online, register by 9/5/2022 and save $221.80
Registration/Point of Contact Email Address: [email protected]
Registration/Point of Contact Phone Number: 303-449-5903 ext 107
IASI CE Credits: 0



Course Description: Expanding movement education reflects the increased role that an understanding of gravity orientation, perception, coordination, expressivity, and nervous system regulation plays in determining lasting shifts in posture and function. Further, teaching Rolfers® to understand, embody, and articulate these perspectives serves the greater DIRI mission to educate the world about Rolfing Structural Integration. Rolf Movement Integration is still a young field but one which distinguishes Rolfing from other brands of structural integration. Rolf Movement Integration links ongoing discoveries in the study of neuroscience and motor patterns to the legacy of Dr. Rolf.

Instructor Bio(s): Dr. Lucia Merlino, PhD has taught movement for over 30 years through the performing arts, dance, and somatic education. She has conducted certification trainings for Rolfing® SI and Rolf Movement® in São Paulo, Buenos Aires, and Tokyo. In São Paulo, she also offers workshops and coordinates supervision groups for practitioners. Lucia holds a PhD in Arts from UNICAMP and an MA in Communication and Semiotics from PUC-SP.Inspired by her extensive studies with Hubert Godard, Lúcia’s research focuses on the role of metaphor in transforming body consciousness, as well as how the imaginary facilitates the client’s incorporation of the changes made possible through somatic practices.