Hands-on Re-patterning Workshop Series for CMAs

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Hands-on Re-patterning Workshop Series for CMAs

Time: November 19, 2010 at 4pm to May 15, 2011 at 7pm
Location: ART New York Spaces/LIMS®
Street: 520 8th Avenue, 3rd floor
City/Town: New York
Website or Map: http://www.limsonline.org/pro…
Phone: 212.643.8888
Event Type: hands, on, and, clinical, training, to, register, with, ismeta
Organized By: Ms Laban
Latest Activity: Oct 5, 2010

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Hands-on Re-patterning for CMAs
This course meets part of the requirements for ISMETA registration as a Somatic Movement Therapist and/or Educator

September 24-26: The Bartenieff Approach to Fascia through Movement
Faculty: Jackie Hand and John Chanik

Dates and times:
Friday September 24th 4 - 8 pm; NYC
Saturday, September 25th 10 - 7:30; NYC
Sunday, September 26th 9:30 - 7pm; NYC
(20 hours towards ISMETA certification)

November 19-20: Postural Muscle Assessment, Manual Stretching and Ergonomics
Faculty: Dianne Woodruff

Dates and Times:
Friday, November 19th, 10 - 6pm; NYC
Saturday, November 20th, 10 - 6pm; NYC
(14 hours towards ISMETA certification)
November 21-22: Where Body-Mind Centering® and LMA meet: Developmental and Physiological Inroads from Dynamic Embodimenttm for Individualizing Sessions

Faculty: Trisha Bauman and Martha Eddy

Dates and Times:
Sunday, November 21st; 10 - 6pm; NYC
Monday, November 22nd: 10 - 6pm; NYC
(14 hours towards ISMETA certification)

January 2011: Essential Movement Patterns: Assessment, Intervention, Activation, Coordination, Balance
Faculty: Dianne Woodruff
(14 hours towards ISMETA certification)

Dates, Times and Costs to be announced.

Goal of this program:
To prepare the CMA to become a Registered Somatic Movement Therapist through ISMETA by:
• Presenting BF/LMA as a methodology/approach to address individual needs
• Developing professional practice skills in hands-on work
• Training participants to establish a thriving client-based practice

The BF/LMA methodology addresses the potential of the whole person, with entrance points through the mind/body/movement. Each person’s movement comes from experiences, beliefs, feelings, and history, and can be impacted by many health issues.

This new workshop series will teach you to perceive more clearly how personal history, beliefs and feelings appear in movement, and will teach you skills for responding to individual movement expression in support of healing and growth. In addressing the holding and release of tissues as well as the individual movement patterns that reflect how we orient towards and engage with the environment, we constantly return to the whole body and whole person -– the connections in the body, changes of attitude (Effort), pathways (Space) and relationship (Shape) of the body. You also will learn hands-on techniques integrating in-depth knowledge of anatomy, physiology, dynamic alignment and dynamic stretching. Learn how movement re-patterning works differently than “exercise” or "adjustments" through the understanding and use of LMA/BF principles for strengthening/coordination/balance and their effect on whole-body movement patterning and physiology.

The application of Bartenieff Fundamentalstm to medical and therapeutic settings will be included, as well as the new insights of the top experts pioneering this profound work.

Costs:
September Workshop
Nonmembers $675; Members $600

November Workshops
Nonmembers $1060; Members $960 (Both workshops)
Nonmembers $ 575; Members $500 (Single Workshop)

Discount for registering for all 3 Workshops: Members $1500 (1st time members $1635) Nonmembers; $1735

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