Specialized Course Highlight: GYROTONIC® Applications of the Fascial Body
Special Topics // August 27, 2016
Conducted by GYROTONIC® and GYROKINESIS® Master Trainer, Irene Rampino
Irene Rampino, MSPT
What inspired you to develop this course?
The inspiration for this course developed out of the time I spent with Juliu Horvath working on developmental and fascial movement patterning. It was an organic process of developing conceptual ideas & models which are evident in, and shared by, the Gyrotonic syllabus and fascia research.
Who is this course intended for, and why should someone take the course?
This course is for any level teacher who has an interest in myofascial expansions, proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation, developmental patterning, and the art of observation. The aim of the course is to facilitate a deeper understanding of a fluid model of the body, teaching students to form connections between physical efforts and fascial biomechanical properties.
The first time I taught this course was in London. At the end of the course, as I was on my way to the airport, I received a text from a teacher who excitedly related her experience on seeing her son in a totally new way. He had been playing with friends in the pool, and she reported that for the first time she truly observed the fascial body in action.
For more information about this course, or to see a list of currently offered times and locations for this course, please visit: https://www.gyrotonic.com/teacher-training/
To inquire about hosting this course at your studio, please contact Irene Rampino at: firstname.lastname@example.org.