Announcing an exciting new course:

(click below for a course description)

Facilitating Coherent Movement:
Clinical Mentorship/Study Group

 

Facilitating Coherent Movement:

Clinical Mentorship/Study Group

classes are designed to be clinically relevent, immediatly useful and custom tailored to the intrests of the participitants. A primary focus  of the class is to develop manual skills that involve refined focus and perceptions. Most of us experience that these skills are best learned in a mentorship environment.The small class size and customized nature of this class create a fun and optimal learning enviornment.

For currently scheduled classes

to start a study group

or to  tailor a class for your specific needs

please contact:

ConEd@eddierosen.com

or call

707-795-0210

 

 

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If you are interested in future classes or sponsoring a custom designed class for your facility, please send an email with your request to:

ConEd@eddierosen.com

 

A description of some recent classes:

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FACILITATING COHERENT MOVEMENT

April 28, 2012

WHEN: The course will be presented on 3 Consecutive Saturdays

                            

9 AM to 6 PM, April 28, May 5 and May 12, 2012

WHERE: Sebastopol PT and Pilates Center, 100 Pleasant Hill Ave. North, Sebastopol CA

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An Introduction to PNF
(Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation)
When: Saturday, September 18th, 2010
10:AM to 1:00PM
Location: Sebastopol Physical Therapy and Pilates Center

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The Santa Rosa Kaiser Physical Therapy Department

Invites you to attend

The Anatomy of Touch

The Skeleton and Joints, An Overview

BEGINS MAY 30th 2009

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 An Introduction to Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation

 

PNF Patterns of Facilitation

Contract/Relax Hold /Relax

Saratoga Ca

Saturday-Sunday JUNE 5-6th, 2009

" I am continually fascinated by the complexity of the human body and the richness of human beings. I am enthralled both by the transformative power of touch and by our capacity as human beings to learn and improve."
- Eddie Rosen