Aline will be offering on-line and in person workshops this spring and fall. Space is limited. For more information or to register, please email email@example.com
Coming this Spring 2023!
Tonic Function Study Group:
Approaching Scoliosis through Perception & Movement
3 Monday ZOOM Meetings: April 3, 24th, May 15
11 AM-1:30PM Eastern Time
In this three-part virtual workshop, we will explore Tonic Function, Hubert Godard’s wide-ranging perspective on movement, as it is applied to working with scoliosis. Tonic Function speaks to the role of gravity, perception, coordination, and expression in each individual’s embodied experience of living, and being. Too often, a scoliosis diagnosis defines a person’s embodiment, movement and sense of self. In this workshop, we will explore perception, coordination, and movement as approaches for empowering our clients to find more joy, comfort, freedom, and agency – regardless if their spine is “curved” (or side-bent) and “rotated” or not.
Each session includes embodiment practices that give you tools to use for yourself and your clients, as well as case studies, presentations, and discussion of concepts to help you ground theory in practice.
Coming Fall 2023!
Tonic Function Study Group
This fall’s study group will inquire into the heart of Tonic Function:
- Core stability
Online zoom meetings 11am-1:30 pm Eastern time
Mondays Oct 16th, 23, 30th, November 13, 20, 27.
IN-PERSON, in Watertown, MA,
November 3,4,5, 2023
Deepening the 10-series through movement
An exploration of tonic function applied to the traditional Rolfing series.
For more information or to register, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
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2023 Functional Anatomy Program at the Boston Conservatory Alexander Training Institute
Instead of “cutting us up” as the root of the word “anatomy” implies, this series of classes is an opportunity to understand anatomy from the perspective of a moving being. Taking an experiential approach, our journey will cover basic functions of balance, walking and breathing and the perspective of evolution, embryology and infant development.
Click the links below to see short videos from past
Functional Anatomy classes at the Boston Conservatory: