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GOODWIN, Siana

2020_March_IMG_CAPA_Revista_
GOODWIN, Siana
HACK, Lina
Pages: 1-5
Year 2020
This interview revisits a Rolfing® Structural Integration (SI) in industry success story. Siana Goodwin shares from her years of experience working onsite at a hearing-aid manufacturing company – work that directly reduced workers’ compensation costs for a large employer. There is much to learn about hands and arms, and especially carpal tunnel, from her work with this specific client population.
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GOODWIN, Siana
OSCHMAN, James L.
Pages: 20-21
Year 1989
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CAPA_ROLF LINES SUMMER 1989
BANKES, Steven
GOODWIN, Siana
OSCHMAN, James L.
Pages: 27-28
Year 1989
Question from Steve Bankes and Siana Goodwin.Answer from James L. Oschman, Ph.D.
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BANKES, Steven
GOODWIN, Siana
OSCHMAN, James L.
Pages: 24-25
Year 1990
Question from Steven Bankes and Siana Goodwin Answer by James L. Oschman, Ph.D.
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CAPA 1992-04-Fall
GOODWIN, Siana
Pages: 12-15
Year 1992
The following is excerpted from a longer interview with Louis Schultz which was conducted in April of 1989, as part of a project of collecting memories of Dr. Rolf. Next year Louis will have been a Rolfer for 20 years, and as he reaches the age of 65, will gain the status of emeritus member of the Institute. Louis was the first anatomy teacher for the Institute, and has taught workshops periodically for several years. As one of our long-standing members, he provides considerable perspective on our evolution as a profession.While on sabbatical from teaching anatomy at the University of Colorado School of Medicine in 1972, Louis was Rolfed in California. Knowing, as he put it, that “1 wanted to work with people more closely than University administration or teaching a bunch of bored medical students’, he accepted an invitation to meet Dr. Rolf, and, subsequently, to audit a training class. “I’d never known anyone else who’d been Rolfed, “he said, “and all of a sudden in class I started to see that people were changing. I hadn’t really been thinking of becoming a Roffer. But after auditing I went back to California, took massage training, and discovered that not only did I like touching people but that I was good at it. So when I came back to practitioning training I was really hot to go.”Louis has been going ever since, to the benefit of us all.
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