What people are saying about IAHE
Fascial Course Pulled Physiotherapy and Visceral Manipulation TogetherThe very idea of Bruce's Fascial Integration course: Structural-Visceral Approaches for the Lumbar Spine really floated my boat as a Physiotherapist. After working with typically Physio musculoskeletal techniques and then adding Visceral Manipulation skills over the past few years, this course really helped to pull it all together. I haven't found anything else like it.
Bruce covered theory and practical aspects thoroughly and presented material in such a way that practitioners from varying backgrounds and experience levels would benefit.
Postural analysis, physical assessment and techniques were demonstrated and practiced so that participants could practice a complete systematic session, rather than just isolated skills.
Bruce also ensured that everyone's bodies were settled and comfortable after having the many techniques practiced on them over the 3 days. Something I've not experienced with other training before, and greatly appreciated.
Bruce's extensive experience, wisdom and respect in dealing with the body is apparent in this class that he has developed in a series of three. I can't wait to do the next one!
Author: Liz Joyce, Physiotherapist B.App.Sc (Physiotherapist); Australia
Useful ToolsI recently took Bruce's Fascial Integration class for Pelvis, Abdomen, and Low Back. It was a delight to be in a safe learning environment with a competent teacher. Bruce has a solid command of his material, the pacing of the class was excellent, and I got to take away a bigger view of my work, and useful tools to help my clients. I recommend this class to beginners and seasoned practitioners alike. There will be something for everyone.
Author: Jan Sultan, Certified Advanced Rolfer, Advanced Faculty at The Rolf Institute of Structural Integration
Pelvic Floor InformationAs a chiropractor, knowing how to support the pelvic floor is extremely vital. The evaluation and techniques I learned at the structural integration/visceral manipulation of the pelvis was inspiring.
It was a privilege to work in such a seasoned class. I learned countless pearls! My favorite one is paying special attention to the TOES!!!
Thank you, Bruce you are truly an instructor of intelligence and innovative material.
Author: Amy Conklin DC
Low-Back, Pelvis & Abdomen WorkshopHaving attended Bruce Schonfeld's Structural-Visceral Approaches to the Low-Back, Pelvis & Abdomen, I can highly recommend his workshops to advanced practitioners for the following reasons:
- Bruce's enthusiastic sharing of current scientific findings on fascia is infectious and up to the minute.
- His cross training in Visceral Manipulation and Rolfing brings a balanced approach to mobility and motility in the therapeutic equation.
- Bruce creates a safe and supportive learning environment that emphasizes self responsibility.
- All proceeds generously donated to a most worthy cause: fellow Rolfer Michael Mathieu.
Author: Sally Klemm, M.Ed., Certified Advanced Rolfer, Advanced Faculty at Rolf Institute of Structural Integration
My clients are extremely pleasedKeep up the good work! The results are phenomenal. My clients are extremely pleased.
Author: J.K., Carlsbad, CA
Rolfing and AthletesAthletes always need help with chronic injuries, muscular strains and overuse. The Olympic athletes wouldn't have as many injuries if they had appropriate soft tissue therapy. Rolfing is valuable for athletes in high level competition to address the build up of scar tissue and disarrangement of myofascial tissue that occurs from training, competition and injury.
Author: Karlis Ullis, M.D.
The Class Speaks For Itself With The ResultsI believe that this is one of the best classes I have taken in a long time. The class speaks for itself with the results and how this type of bodywork is so effective. I have 15 therapists that work at my business, and I have told all of them how great this class was. I would take another class again in the near future, and I look forward to learning more and more about this technique.
Author: K.F., Physical Therapist
This Class Put All The bits and Tools TogetherThank You for the wonderful class on Total Body Balancing 1. This class put all the bits and tools together. I witnessed some jaw-dropping hours with Dr. Kerry, and like everyone leaving his class, was changed. Literally before our eyes we witnessed life-long restrictions and barriers, never facilitated to release at the same time, release. We were more confident, fluid and really ready to assist our clients to achieve total balance for themselves. We all have different combinations of certifications, but by class consensus, we want more classes in TBB.
Author: J.D., MA, Licensed Massage Therapist
Advances The Knowledge of Clinical Massage PractitionersMuscle Energy Techniques for the Lower Quadrant advances the knowledge of clinical massage practitioners. It introduces concepts which meet the needs of clients that suffer from stiffness in the lower extremities and pelvic regions. Kerry's knowledge of the subject matter shows in the classroom through his instructional poise.
Author: E.V., Physical Therapist
Guided and SupportiveThis is one of the best workshop experiences I've had. Very thorough, guided and supportive.
Author: R.F., Physical Therapist