Course Descriptions



This exploration is based on Ron’s extensive expertise in American and European Osteopathic Concepts, Embryology, Anatomy, Structural Integration, the Berry Method and more.

Upcoming Classes


September 16 – 19, 2022

Taos, New Mexico

Contact: 575-770-1274


October 20 -23, 2022

Laurence, Kansas

Contact: 785-840-4388


November 4 – 7, 2022

Middlebury, VT

Contact: 802-349-7500

Upper Extremity

November 17 – 20, 2022

Boston, MA

Contact: 617-901-1311



January 9 – 12, 2023

Durham N.C.

Contact: 919-477-9887


January 27 – 30, 2023

Seattle, WA

Contact: 206-953-5326

Diaphragm/Ribcage/Embryologic Midline

February 16 – 19, 2023

Sante Fe, New Mexico

Contact: 505-670-9724


May 11-14, 2023

Laurence, Kansas

Contact: 518-569-2500

Class Descriptions


A detailed journey into the biomechanics of the Pelvis, both inter- and intra-osseously, and how these relate to soft tissue structures in the walking cycle.

Diaphragms, Ribs and Embryonic Midline

A detailed journey into the biomechanics of the Ribcage, both inter- and intra-osseously, and how these relate to soft tissue structures in the walking cycle.

Knee and Ankle

A detailed journey into the layering & integration of the lower extremity.

Upper Extremity

A detailed anatomical journey into the biomechanics, anatomy and treatment of the upper extremity.

Anterior Neck and Cranial Base

A detailed journey into the biomechanics of the Basicranium down through the anterior neck.

Cranial Base Part Two and Embryology of the Neural Tube

A detailed journey into the anatomy and embryology of the neuro- and viscero-cranium.

Locations and their class sponsors:

Ann Arbor, MI: Amy Adamczak
Austin, TX: Sandy Collins
Bend. OR: Karen Daniels
Boston, MA: Anna Mulholland
Boulder, CO: Robert McWilliams
Eugene, OR: Karen Lackritz or
Maria Loftin

Long Island, NY: Yasmin Hassim
Minneapolis, MN: Beth Pagel
New York, NY: Jason Beickert
Orange County, CA: Jennifer Soon
Portland, OR: Karin Edwards
Santa Fe, NM: Jill Gerber
Seattle, WA: Char Angelosante
Washington, DC: Cosper Scafidi

Bring Ron to Your City!

If you are interested in bringing Ron to teach classes in your city, please Contact Us

A sponsor typically takes care of these details:

  • Secures a venue (approved by Ron)
  • Markets the class to all bodyworkers in your area (We also list the class on several pages, but a personal email from you is required to get the word out to the locals.)
  • Keeps in weekly contact with Ron regarding registered students for the class, to keep the numbers friendly. Minimum number of students is typically 10 for a class.

Benefits of being a sponsor of Ron’s classes:

  • If you get 10 people to attend the class you are sponsoring, you get ½ off your tuition.
  • If you get 18 people to attend the class you are sponsoring, you get your tuition completely covered.


“Ron’s exceptional experience, skill as a practitioner and maturity as a presenter feed these classes with useful techniques and an organizing set of principles that contextualize and inform our work as SI practitioners. I cannot say enough about the appreciation I have for the gift that Ron brings to manual therapist in his generous offerings.”

— Jon Martine, Certified Advanced Rolfing® Instructor, Pilates Instructor, Registered Movement Therapist

“Taking a class with Ron Murray is like getting a direct transmission from AT Still. His understanding of osteopathy pours out of him. At the same time, he integrates the depth of his osteopathic training with the foundational elements of Rolfing. By taking Ron’s workshops I have grounded this teaching in a way that has deepened my scope of practice and expanded my own vision of what a body is.”

— Carol Agneessens, M.S., RCST., Certified Advanced Rolfing Instructor and Rolf Movement Instructor