Neurovascular Release for SI (NVR-SI) Part 1
March 16 @ 8:30 am - March 18 @ 5:00 pm
Dates: March 16-18, 2019, Saturday-Monday 8:30-5 (end 4:30 on final day)
Instructor: Kirstin Schumaker
Continuing Education Credits: 21 CEs. IASI-approved course, 21 Category 1 credits.
Price: $750. Early Bird Price: $650 (register by 1/15/2019!) $350 to register regardless of date.
Please note: You must be a structural integrator to enroll in this six-part advanced SI certificate program. If you are a massage or other manual therapy practitioner, check out Kirstin’s NVR-SFB classes!
NVR-SI Part 1: Intro to Neurovascular Release for SI
Learn neurovascularly informed myofascial techniques that look and feel like regular structural integration. Differentiation techniques that you learn in this course are nuanced specifically for freeing the neurovascular tracts. This work has a certain precision to it that makes it particularly effective for fine-tuning structural balance — it’s great for athletes, and great for every client who needs that extra nudge to help them emerge more fully from their old structural pattern. Adding these skills to your library of SI techniques will improve your sense of layer palpation, you’ll gain new strategic approaches for classic problems, and you’ll elevate your work to a new level of mastery.
This class will prepare you for further study in the NVR-SI Certificate program, but whether or not you choose to continue your advanced studies in this class series, the new skills and understanding that you gain in this intro course will significantly change the way you approach SI. In this three-day course, expect to learn something new for each session in the classic SI series or the ATSI series.
This class is appropriate for both seasoned practitioners and new practitioners. Part 1 is prerequisite for Part 2 of the NVR-SI Certificate Program.
Full Schedule for NVR-SI in Kent, WA:
Part 1: March 16-18 2019 – Intro to NVR for SI
Part 2: June 29-July 1 2019 – Cultivate subtle palpation skills and new strategies to help balance the pelvis and spine, and ease the neck.
Part 3: December 7-9 2019 – Work in detail with the thighs, lower, legs, and feet.
Part 4: April/May 2020 (exact dates TBA) – Review of head and neck. Detailed work for the shoulders, arms, and hands.
Part 5: August/September 2020 (exact dates TBA) – Listening Practicum
Part 6: January 2021 (exact dates TBA) – Final Integrative Practicum