At least 3 years of full-time practice. Graduated from any IASI approved program.
Number of participants is limited to 22.
At the heart of The European Guild's Advanced Training lies an in-depth review of the Basic Ten-Series. In Module 1 students will take an external model through the entire Ten-Series. Lectures and discussions will center around the goals and strategies of each session.
Parallel to this the practitioners will work a Post-Ten 3-series on each other.
Bert Schmitz will be there for a 2-day seminar on 'Identity Free Space in SI'.
In Module 2 the practitioners will practice the Advanced 3 series on each other and take a model through that series.
The Advanced 3-series – not to be confused with the standard Post Ten 3-series - emphasizes assessment, evaluation and strategies for working with post ten clients.
Specific attention is directed towards the individuals' structure and function in sitting, standing, and in movement.
It consists of work in the positions "C", "Z", and "L" originating in the Ida Rolf, Peter Melchior, and Emmett Hutchins advanced series theories.