Dimensions of Integration:
A Movement Inquiry Retreat
with Kevin Frank, Caryn McHose, and Gael Rosewood
July 28 – August 2, 2017 on Vashon Island, WA
Habits, even good ones, can be stultifying over time. Research confirms that the intelligence, strength, and resilience of our fascial and neural networks thrive when refreshed and challenged in new ways.
What allows each of us to innovate and meaningfully integrate body/mind learning? This Rolf Movement® retreat, held on Vashon Island off the coast of Seattle, is a time for renewal on many levels: resting on the earth–not the floor–space beyond four walls–alive air on the skin. It’s an opportunity to renew one’s relationship with Earth, and Sky, with processes that mirror what’s inside each of our bodies.
Our body is our container. The numb places are the dumb places, unable to adapt, respond, differentiate, or feel support and intelligence. As more of our being comes into presence we find new capacities to allow life to flow through–on all the channels from intellect, to emotion to functional fitness.
This five-day retreat is an inquiry that asks an open question: What process enables experiences of fluidity, lengthening, and sensory differentiation to land? What’s vital for new experience to translate into new resources for you?