Intensive Monthly Training

Technique Workshop, Clinic, Teaching/Learning Forum

Intensive Training and Practice Weekends are a monthly adjunct to the regular studio schedule. The Technique Workshop, Clinic, Teaching/Learning Forum and Private Classes are components of the weekend and you are welcome to participate in any or all. Each session is available independently; however, to get the most out of our weekend intensives, we recommend the Saturday and Sunday technique workshops plus the Sunday clinic, which are designed to reinforce one another.

Technique sessions offer slower-paced, in-depth detailed work with TBFM and lots of individual attention.

Saturday 9:30 am – 11:00 am
Everyone welcome! All levels.

Sunday 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
Everyone welcome! All levels.

Body site-based – all levels welcome. Each month a different body site is the focus for resolution of injury and optimum ease and well-being. The lecture, discussion and movement format enhances and refines technique and understanding of what works and why, based on essential principles of moving anatomy and kinesiology. Required for Teacher Certification.

Sunday 12:45 – 2:45 pm
Also available on CD or DVD – $70

Learning seminar – open to all

In-depth discussion and demonstration in a small group setting. Topics include movement therapy, physiology, principles of movement, philosophy, ethics, teaching methods, and practice teaching. The Forum is useful to advanced students, seasoned teachers and prospective teachers, as well as general practitioners. the program is individually based depending on each person’s past experience and training. Required for Teacher Certification.

Saturday 11:45 – 1:45 pm
Also available on CD or DVD – $70

Technique Workshops, Forums and Clinics are a prerequisite and hours accrue for certification. You are welcome to take the entire Weekend Intensive or any part of it. More information about the teacher training program.

Forum – Saturday,  Nov.21
Final Forum of 2020/Celebration
Everyone Invited

Clinic – Sunday, Nov. 22
Review of all New TBFM® Technique, Sequences, and Fun Movement Games for Hands/Feet/People

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