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September Webinar: Fascial Layers in the Basic 10-Series
Thursday, September 15, 2022, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM PST
Category: Webinars

Fascial Layers in the Basic 10-Series

Speaker: Aleš Urbanczik


Description of Program:  

Actual manipulative work with fascia calls to mind the lowly onion. Layer lies within layer. Deeper layers can be affected only as more superficial ones lose the rigidity that is the signature of imbalance.” IPR, A Contribution to the Understanding of Stress, Confin. psychiat. 16: 69-79 (1973) When we speak about the individual sessions of the Basic Series we usually speak of muscles and not of fascial layers. We usually say we are working e.g. "on the trapezius”.Peeling an onion however would mean separating, in the above example, the fascial layer surrounding the trapezius, from e.g. the fascial layer surrounding the levator scapulae.Using the information from Carla Stecco's Functional Atlas of the Human Fascial System we will take a look at the layering of fascia and the invested muscular structure of each layer.

In this seminar we will work on creating an understanding:

  • Of the body being made up fascial layers
  • See how the awareness of fascial layers effects the understanding of the Basic Series
  • Take a very new look at especially sessions 5 & 7
  • Take a very new look at what Ida Rolf called "Psoas/Rhomboid Balance


Biography for Aleš Urbanczik

Aleš Urbanczik's SI journey started in 1993 with his Basic Training. Peter Melchior, Emmett Hutchins, Nilce Silveira, David Davis and Neal Powers were his teachers and inspirations. He has a spiritual background in Zen-Buddhism and was ordained a Zen-Boddhisatva in the French Temple of 'La Gendronnière'.

He has been practicing and teaching HathaYoga for 30 years and, based on Dr. Rolf's principles, he developed his unique teaching style he calls "RolfYoga". Aleš Urbanczik is the co-founder of the European Guild for Structural integration. He teaches EGSI‘s Basic Trainings in the Czech Republic and Austria.


This webinar counts for 1.0 hours of CE credit.

2021 Webinar Registration Fees:
IASI Members: $25  |  Non-Members: $35

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