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CER7.22 Thematic Neck Work in the Series
Friday, December 09, 2022, 8:30 AM to Saturday, December 10, 2022, 5:30 PM MST
Category: National CE Courses

Course Title: CER7.22 Thematic Neck Work in the Series
Course Location: Boulder, CO
Course Date(s): 12/09/2022 - 12/10/2022
Course Time: 08:30 AM - 05:30 PM MST
Course Instructor(s): Neal Anderson
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Organizational Host: Dr. Ida Rolf Institute®
Registration Fees: $400 + $75 = $475
Registration Process: Register online
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: This Continuing Education class is open to Certified Rolfers and practitioners of Structural Integration who have completed an IASI Recognized SI Program."Remember to close the session with integrative neck work." We heard this from our teachers and know the importance of neck work, along with back work and a pelvic lift, for integration at the end of the session. But how can our neck work best serve our clients integration at the end of the session? Is there a way to provide neck work that is specific to each session within a series?In this two-day workshop, we will explore neck work through the series in a thematic way. For example, increasing breathing is a theme of Session 1, and functional bilateral support is a theme of Session 2. What is neck work that serves those themes? How do we ensure our neck work serves the goals of the client within the session and the series?We will deepen our understanding of neck work of the first seven sessions through anatomy presentations, ten-series review, and neck work exchanges. We will also look at the rib complex and how addressing rib dysfunctions can serve to increase range of motion and ease of motion in the neck.

Instructor Bio(s): Neal Anderson is a Certified Advanced Rolfer® and Rolf Movement® Practitioner in practice since 2003. His Rolfing® work has been deeply informed by ongoing study with Rolf Institute Advanced Faculty, his teaching, and visceral and craniosacral study. He currently practices in Loveland, Colorado.In Neal's words: It is very important to have work that is fun and evokes laughter. For me, this is true of both my Rolfing practice and my Rolfing teaching. I love engaging with clients and students to help bring them to a higher level of function and living on this planet.