The Whidbey Institute offers spaces and experiences that inspire. Their 100-acre woodland campus, integrated gardens and forest ecosystem, four mile public-access trail network, and comfortable facilities invite nature connection and serve an engaged community. The land is home to a woodland sanctuary, a labyrinth, two residential-style homes, locally designed and built cabins, and more. Meals are lovingly prepared by a professional chef, using fresh, organic, grown-on-site ingredients whenever possible.
Package Options and Prices
We are offering three different packages, each with multiple options for accomodations:
Registration Deadline August 10, 2018
To see all Package Options and Prices in detail, go to RISI Membership Announcements, 2018 Membership Retreat
Behind Dr. Rolf’s practical vision of balance, awareness, and resilience for our physical bodies, was a larger vision for humanity, and an inquiry: could shifting obstructive patterns in our bodies allow us to move away from habits of warring, territoriality, and greed to become more heart-centered beings?
In this workshop we will explore, for ourselves and our clients, ways to uncover habitual patterns, in all their layers, that keep us from embodying this larger vision, and ways to use the tools of Rolf Movement to shift those patterns.
In daily practice, we tend to view movement work in terms of client education. We know that working with perception and coordination helps our structural interventions go more easily, work more deeply, and improve the odds that changes will last. But how is your own embodiment during sessions? Are you successfully applying movement concepts in your own structure while working with clients?
Workshop with Peter Schwind, Ph.D.
Sunday, September 2 – Tuesday, September 4 (Tuesday overnight stay available)
Inner Spaces of the System of Fascia and Membranes
Daily schedule as follows:
In this workshop, we will study how to combine our traditional body-reading with new ways of manual diagnostics. This shall help us to understand how the inner junctions of the cavities inside the trunk are rooted in three-dimensional relationships of fascia and membranes. Special emphasis will be given to the way spinal curvatures meet each other and how the subdivisions of the inner spaces of thorax, abdomen and pelvis are related.
BOARD OF DIRECTOR'S MEETING
Thursday-Friday, August 30-31, 2018
Please RSVP Colette Cole if you plan to attend the Board Meeting
Saturday, September 1, 2018
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|Event Date:||8/29/2018 - 9/5/2018||Event Time:||8:00 AM - 10:00 PM Mountain||Location:||Whidbey Institute|
6449 Old Pietila Rd
Clinton, WA 97290
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