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Join Kevin Frank for a constructed walk through the Sculpture Park that integrates Rolfing, a movement system created by biochemist Ida P. Rolf that aims to improve bodily alignment by organizing the human structure in relation to gravity.
Human gait reflects a remarkable innovation. How we walk is quite different from other animals: our form reflects a particular balance of body, gravity, and space. Modern life sometimes abandons the elegance of ancient locomotive patterns–joints wear out, bodies experience discomfort. This walk explores participants' physical imaginations by waking up movement intelligence and connecting to the natural world.
Kevin Frank is a Certified Advanced Rolfer™, Rolf Movement® Teacher and Movement Faculty member for the Rolf Institute® (Boulder, Colorado). His career in perceptual body therapy began in 1987, and was preceded by work at the Springwater Center for Meditative Inquiry and Retreats, in Springwater, NY.
This program is free.