“I am a physical therapist practicing for 25 years, studied and now certified in Core Movement Integration using Feldenkrais principles with Josef DellaGrotte. I began this process as a client not recovering well from herniated discs and sciatica with traditional therapies. As a competitive runner I could not accept being unable to run without pain. Now I have learned how to move more organized, pain-free, medication-free. I use what I have learned (and continue to learn) to assist my own clients in reducing pain and regaining functional movements” Jean Sarno, PT
IMPROVE WALKING FORM
Sunday, March 29, 2015
11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
For Practitioners (earn NCBTMB CEs) and For Anyone Interested in Learning How to Walk Properly
Instructor: Josef DellaGrotte, PHD, LMT, CFP-physio, and CMI assistants
Walking is the premier functional exercise of daily life for humans from primitive to modern. This course describes and teaches the biological-biomechanical universal core walking form as therapeutic education and somatic reprogramming.
Dellagrotte Core Movement Integration (CMI) is designed to promote efficient, integrated movement through the whole body using the brain’s sense and image of movement plus myofascial bodywork and specific lesson-exercises. CMI integrates the movement of the spine, pelvis, ribs, shoulders and feet through 6 core neuro-myofascial pathways.
Purpose & Goals: learn the essential bio-functional movements to optimize functional and structural walking, and apply with clients.
You will learn:
- The basic core pathways of gait using the 4th metatarsal pathway
- Lesson-exercises based on “awareness in movement” to connect and program
- Integrated prep exercises for walking (see handouts or use a camera)
- Selected hands–on CMI applications to read and follow movement direction
Key Learning Points:
- Engagement of pelvic floor and hip joint, the ‘power’ lever
- “Spiralic: tissue vectors through the sacroiliac into the ribs and spine
- How to read movement through pathway mapping; how the brain programs
You will be able to walk better, easier, and you will enjoy it!
Guided by Josef DellaGrotte, a licensed therapist & movement trainer who often participates in race-walking events. Be sure to read his recent blog post: Is the Impossible Possible?
Date/Time: Sunday, March 29, 2015, 11:00 a.m.-6:00 pm
Location: Samadhi Integral Life Practice Center, 796 Beacon St, Newton, MA
Tuition & Early Registration (by 3/12!):
Practitioners': $150 (includes 7 CEs NCBTMB)
All Others Who Are Interested in Learning to Walk Properly: $130
To Register: USE PAYPAL (below) or you can mail a check to Core Movement Integration, PO Box 95, Barre, MA 01005 NOTE NEW ADDRESS (credit cards are accepted–call 978-461-0221).
Hands-On Clinical Practicum: Reading, Tracking, Releasing Pathways in Walking Gait
Enrollment is limited to 16
This seminar follows from March 29th, for experienced practitioners interested in more advanced level hands-on training (NCBTMB CEs available).
- Learn the connections from trochanter, fibula ankle (cuboid), foot through 4th metatarsal and arch
- Learn connections from trochanter to the spine
Tuition/early signup: $150
Note: March 29 & April 12 are sequential; register for both: Tuition/$280
April 12th can be taken separately, by qualification.
“It was a privilege to be part of [the Spine Workshop] in Castrocaro. The sessions were wonderful, instructive and helpful. I was charmed by the lovely group of people who are practitioners. And, of course, the region of Emilia Romagna was special.
Your approach makes a great deal of sense to me. I was amazed at my (relative) ease of movement, really from very early on in the course, and certainly by the close of the 3 days.”
Workshops in Italy–Core Movement Integration & Feldenkrais Principles with Josef DellaGrotte
An extraordinary international experience!
Special Advanced Training Seminar in BOLOGNA, ITALY
Dates: April 29-May 3, 2015
WALKING WELL AND FIT with Josef DellaGrotte, Phd, GCFP-physio, trainer and CMI trainer, master walker, therapist and movement educator
An offer for experienced, practicing and specialized hands-on practitioners to learn a new, advanced, in-depth and comprehensive approach: mapping movement pathways, hands-on precision moves, clinical applications–all in the setting of Bologna, Italy (a great city, easily reachable through many airlines) with the best food and wines. A profound and enjoyable experience in early Spring.
April 29-30: HANDS-ON Advanced training
- Learn how to recognize true bio-mechanical-functional walking pattern, read, apply, combine, connect atm-cmi lesson-exercises and simultaneous hands-on neuro-myofascial release and tracking applications.
May 2-3 Training Seminar in Walking Well & Fit
- Learn specific-precision pathways starting from dynamic core movement stabilization, connecting from trochanter to fibula to foot [4th metatarsal pathway], then up through pelvic floor, to spine, 7th cervical and shoulder complex.
- Learn the specific 6 principal CMI-atms-the main foundation and all most people need to know.
- Learn the accompanying complementary exercises to maintain flexibility, strength in functional walking gait.
Tuition Package: $500 (discounted from euros 600)
Hotel & Food: based on 6-nights’ stay: $450-$500, shared room.
Translation available (English and Italian)
Travel Boston-Bologna is separate.
SPACE IS LIMITED.
To Register: Call 978-461-0221 for details and payment; credit cards are accepted, or contact us. (Practitioners: please indicate your bodywork or movement training background.)
Italian website: www.coreintegration.it
Congratulations to Byron!
” I just got promoted to Yondan (4th Dan) in Aikido, for the New Year!!”
From Byron Eddy (post Advanced Seminar)
“…You know I have been practicing Aikido for over thirty years and it also is one of those elusive obvious phenomena’s. And that is why I keep coming [to CMI workshops]. It gets a little clearer each time and sometimes there are great leaps forward,sometimes there are plateaus that can seem to go on forever. The point is that I have the same experience when I go to CMI seminars such as this recent one. I came away feeling new connections and new confidence.
Of course, one can stay at home and practice and make gains but it is the group experience and the skill of a master teacher that illuminate the path. That is why I keep coming. I am so grateful that you are there for us.
All the best…and can’t wait to get back up there. “- Byron
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