Time & Location
04 Oct 2022, 9:00 am GMT-6 – 09 Oct 2022, 6:00 pm GMT-6
Colorado, 195 2nd Ave, Lyons, CO 80540, USA
About the Event
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This 5.5-day training is designed for the bodyworker who has completed an Arvigo® Self-Care Training and now wants to deepen into their understanding of this work by being able to offer whole body treatments to their clients. In addition to addressing basic anatomy and physiology of the abdomen, structural alignment of the hips and sacrum - herbal and nutritional support will be explored.
Held in a large conference area with kitchen, lounge area, outdoor patio. Beautiful setting with the St Vrain river and parks nearby. Downtown Lyons has many eateries and shops (5 min walk) Rocky Mountain National Park 30 min drive. Nearby towns include Longmont, and Hygiene. Is 30 min North of Boulder.
In order to do this training you are required to have taken the Arvigo® Self Care course either in person or online AND hold a license to practice bodywork in your state/country, if applicable. Please direct any queries about applicable licensing requirements to your teacher.
Successful completion of PCT allows the participant to move on to Certification and/or Pregnancy & Postpartum Care Training.
Cost: 1750 USD. $350 deposit holds space with balance due Sept. 1.
This class will be taught by Kathleen Lawler. Please email Kathleen to register.
Kathleen Lawler is a deeply experienced Bodyworker and Western Clinical Herbalist who has been in practice for over two decades. She spent ten years working in a hospital setting, coming face to face with the profound breadth of human health needs and the ways in which they could be supported. At this time, Kathleen has a private practice in Boulder, Colorado and in addition facilitates retreats, trainings and immersive experiences.
A third of what the Arvigo® Institute receives for every class is tithing. This tithing will be split four ways, with one fourth going to the Itzamna Society, Don Elijio's descendants who protect the sacred forest at the Elijio Panti National Park in Belize, one fourth going to Dr. Rosita Arvigo in gratitude for her life's work, another fourth going to Maya healers/projects and a final fourth going to support indigenous healers/projects on the land the training is being held or to specific indigenous land care projects for online classes. Our Giving Back page is up on the website now, so you can meet our dear friends from around the world with whom we are in a relationship of reciprocity and respect.