Caryn McHose is an Advanced Certified Rolfer™ and Rolf Movement Practitioner®. She has taught creative movement for people of all ages for 45 years. Her experience includes teaching dance, experiential anatomy and kinesiology at Middlebury College. She collaborated with Andrea Olsen on the book, Bodystories: A Guide to Experiential Anatomy, and The Place of Dance, a Somatic Guide to Dancing and Dance Making. She co-founded the Resonant Kinesiology Training Program in Burlington, VT. Her work is influenced by her study with Hubert Godard, developmental movement with Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen and Continuum with Emilie Conrad and Susan Harper. Other influences are the Somatic Experiencing approach to trauma healing, developed by Peter Levine, and her study of cranial/sacral and visceral technique. She is a Certified Somatic Experiencing® Practitioner, a Certified Biodynamic Cranial Sacral Practitioner and is a Registered Somatic Movement Therapist. Caryn is the co-author (with Kevin Frank) of How Life Moves, Explorations in Meaning and Body Awareness (North Atlantic, 2006).
Kevin Frank is an Advanced Certified Rolfer™ and Movement Practitioner. He is also a Movement Instructor for the Rolf Institute. His work is influenced by a long time practice of inquiry, first in the Zen tradition and then with Toni Packer with whom he assisted in the founding of Springwater Center, in Springwater, NY. He cites as sources for his work, the study of movement analysis with Hubert Godard, a Rolfer™, dance teacher, and movement researcher in Paris, and Susan Harper and Emilie Conrad. Kevin has written numerous articles on work derived from Godard’s Tonic Function approach to structural integration.