The Rolfing® Association of Canada (RAC) requires instructors to lead the Basic Rolfing® Certification Program in Canada. Our ideal candidate is someone who possesses the related education, practical skills, excellent communication and strong organizational skills along with a professional and ethical attitude.
The 731-hour Basic Certification is comprised of three phases + a 225-hour (30 days) Movement Certification.
Only applications from current faculty members approved by Dr Ida Rolf Institute’s (DIRI’s) Faculty Development and Review Board (FDRB) will be accepted (click here to view DIRI’s Approved Faculty Directory).
If interested in applying, please click below to view full job description and how to apply:
View Basic Instructor Posting
I just want to mention once again about the AT class being taught by Jan Sultan in Fort Langley Canada beginning July 16th.
As I’m sure most of you know, Jan is one of the last lineage instructors we all have access to. I did my AT with Jan in New Mexico in ’83 and it clearly elevated my level of work, not only on a manipulative basis, but a much deeper and broader understanding and scope of the “Work”.
If it’s time for you to go to the next level and fulfill your commitment to completing the AT, you may not have another opportunity like this one. This AT class is currently the most affordable opportunity in the world for Canadians!
Lastly, I will add that Jan has requested my assisting this class, which gives us about 85 years of non stop practice and experience between us. He and I are both very excited to be working together in the same room. As I’m sure you can imagine, I am being given the rare opportunity to come full circle on the anniversary of my 40th year of practice which began with Peter Melchior.
Come join us for a celebration of Dr. Rolf’s legacy as we challenge and expand your work now and for years to come.
Steven Radiloff MA MT
Certified Advanced Rolfer™
Life can be painful…suffering is optional
We are no longer the CRA! On September 17th, 2017 at the SGM the membership voted to change the name from the Canadian Rolfing® Association to the Rolfing® Association of Canada. The french name: Association canadienne de Rolfing® remains the same. The rationale for the name change was to avoid being confused the with Canadian Revenue Agency, as we shared the same acronym: CRA. By changing the name to the Rolfing® Association of Canada, we can use the acronym, RAC, thus avoiding any confusion. The name change has now been made official, so fellow Rolfers™, if you mention the association on your websites, please make sure you update your website with the new name!