There are a lot of people I wish to credit, to recognize for their contributions in the field of bodywork, and related fields. Some of them are linked to herein, and for those I have forgotten, humble apologies. If you wish to get in touch, I can add you, your training, or your contribution to bodywork to this list. Cheers!
Here is the school I sometimes work through based in Munich Germany. It has been running for many years now, and successfully birthing new Rebalancers in both Germany and Switzerland. Bernd Scharwies is not only a very good teacher, but has the organizational skills to promote not only his school, but Rebalancing in the world.
Friends Anubuddha and Anasha run this floating school. Anubuddha was one of the creators of Rebalancing in 1980. A friend, a strong proponent of Awareness through touch, very talented teacher.
Satyarthi Peloquin is Myofascial Energetic Release. A good friend to this day, he was also one of the creators of Rebalancing. He loves to teach and is an energy force to be reckoned with.
Robert Schleip is 'The Man' in the world of fascia. Teacher, researcher, scientist of fascia and proponent of what is cutting edge in fascia world wide. His web site contains a wealth of information on all aspects of what is new in the world of fascia, and how it is connected to health and well being. He is one of the creators of a fitness programme called 'fascial fitness'
Prasado runs a Rebalancing school in South Africa. Originally Israeli, he settled in Sough Africa via the Rebalancing training in India and Germany, where we met and worked together. A good teacher, and fun to be around.
This school is in Italy, and if you happen to an Italian speaker, this one is for you. This one, and the one above still use the Osho name, and I believe they also use some of his Meditation techniques, which add a different flavour to the trainings.
A very cool, highly informative, provocative book By Stanley Keleman on the structure of emotions in the body. Illustrated brilliantly so that anyone can visually grasp big ideas. Some of the images of body types pull no punches and can be a bit disturbing, yet if you're interested in the topic, they hit the mark. Published in 1986, so it may be hard to find, but worth the looking. May be in your library, and for sure on Amazon.