WILLIAM SMYTHE, M.A.
“Gravity is the root of lightness; stillness, the ruler of movement.”
Dr. Rolf’s vision was not about creating another manipulative system of healing to compete with chiropractic or osteopathic medicine – her passion was human potential. She was more aligned with the social sciences and human behavior. Our work as Rolfers contacts our client’s frozen history and traumatic wounding through the myofascial network of the physical body.
In private conversations with her early students, she described her work as a kind of exorcism, the expulsion of negativity, toxicity, and evil spirits so that more light could enter the body. She was indeed a shaman, who related to the more metaphysical aspects of the human being – etheric, astral, mental, and causal; now described as physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual.
Jung said, “The subtle body refers to that part of the unconscious that becomes more and more identical with the functioning of the human body, growing darker and darker and ending in the utter darkness of matter.” Our unconscious thoughts and feelings exist in the subtle body and the less access we have to them, the more likely they will be crystallized as physical structure and symptoms.
In essence, our subtle body emanates from the inner core of our being. No wonder Dr. Rolf stated that for the Rolfer to evolve we need to receive deeper levels of work. This is not “random” work, but work that continually redefines one’s form through the matrix of the ten series. The ultimate goal is to receive more gravity and experience the buoyancy of the antigravity response.
This workshop will focus on identifying and treating the needs of each student in their deepening embodiment of this work. Students should plan on being inspired and vitalized with their new inner discoveries and understanding of Rolfing, which they can bring back to their clinical practice and life.
Workshop and hotel registration should be made before the end of March.
Final confirmation from us will be done when the payment is made on the following account:
Anna Dorothea Neil-Raduner
Rue St-Laurent 5
Bank: Caisse d’Epargne d’Aubonne CP 56, 1170 Aubonne
Clearing Bank: 8327 BIC RBABCH22CEA
IBAN: CH65 0832 7430 1817 4750 6
Please confirm your participation to Anna Neil-Raduner (firstname.lastname@example.org) or per telephone (+41 79 691 55 29). Please do not forget to indicate your name, mobile phone, mailing address, and email address.
FINAL REGISTRATION WILL BE FIXED WHEN PAID.
–Cancellation fees: The following cancellation fees apply. Cancellation up to 6 weeks before start CHF 50 cancellation fee, up to 2 weeks before start 50% of the full tuition. Cancellation less than 2 weeks before start or no-show, 100% of the full tuition.
– We offer a cancellation insurance issued by our renowned partner Europäische Reiseversicherung. It covers your cancellation fees (except for a deductible of 20%) in case you are not able to attend the training due to significant events like illness, job loss, relocation. Please refer to the information for further details :
– A minimum number of participants is requested. If this minimum is not reached, classes can be canceled.
– Registration: I have read and agreed to the conditions above and hereby register for the Workshop with Bill Smythe in June 2017. In particular, I agree with the cancellation policy and have been made aware of the Europäische Reiseversicherung cancellation insurance.
– Le Coq Chantant in St Livres (Find us)
– Château Rochefort in Allaman (Find us)
Please choose your favorite place and room for your stay and Anna will try to find the ideal place for you to stay and will do the booking for you. For those of you who wish to stay at the Coq Chantant, it is best to have your own car to come from the Coq Chantant to the Chateau Rochefort where the workshop will be held (10 minutes away by car). If you have any questions, ask Anna!