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L’intégration structurelle est une thérapie par contact direct des mains (thérapie manuelle) qui vise à aligner le corps dans l’axe gravitationnel.

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Renseignez-vous sur les assemblées générales annuelles du conseil d’administration et le calendrier de nos prochains cours de formation continue.

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L’Association canadienne de Rolfing® (ACR) est le regroupement professionnel des rolfers™ qui pratiquent l’intégration structurelle par le Rolfing® au Canada.

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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. 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 &hellip read more

TO REGISTER: Click here EVENT DETAILS: DATE: June 20-23, 2019 TIME: 9am-5:00pm the first three days, 9am-3pm the last day LOCATION: Toronto, ON VENUE:  St. Matthew’s United Church, 729 St Clair Ave W COST: $900 CAD ABOUT THE CLASS: Registration open to all Manual Therapy Practitioners! Tunnel Syndrome « A tunnel syndrome is basically a cranky nerve whose tunnel has become a compressive or tensional threat to the neurons inside it; nociceptive neurons embedded within the nerve walls that confine them &hellip read more

This October, 2018, Juan David Vélez, a faculty member of the Rolf Institute, came to Toronto for the Upper Thoracic Aperture CE workshop. While the focus was on the territory of the upper thoracic aperture, the discussions, explorations, and strategies were of a more global nature. The CE covered the bio-mechanical paradigm and the more abstract concepts of body perception, cortical maps, and pain science to give a full picture of how our work affects and effects our clients. We learned new &hellip read more