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Welcome to The RADIX Institute's website
is a powerful form of personal development work and body psychotherapy
that was originally developed by Dr. Charles Kelley, based upon
the work of Wilhelm Reich. It is an approach to personal growth
and healing that is:
~ based on the principles of mind-body unity
~ working directly with the body through movement and attention
to breath, body sensation and awareness, energy flow and other
non-verbal as well as verbal
~ 'here and now' engaging in your process
centered ~ based on the unique needs of each client
The term "radix"
-comes from the Latin word meaning "root" or "source,"
referring to that force which gives rise to all movement, feeling
and growth in a person and in life. It is the life force...chi...prana...that
unites body, mind, emotions and spirit.
The Radix Institute is
a nonprofit organization that
trains and certifies people to do Radix work. The Institute also
provides continuing education and other professional services for
Certified Radix Practitioners. As a 501(c)3, donations
to the Radix institute are tax deductable.
Members of The Radix Institute are certified teachers and practitioners,
licensed by The Radix Institute to practice Radix work according
to the Standards and Ethics of The Radix Institute. Associated professionals
and "Friends" (contributors) may also be members of The
for training are now being accepted for the two-year training
program that will begin in November 2013. Please contact Training
Director Narelle McKenzie at 310-570-2439 or email her at
further information and an application.
this year the United States Association for Body Psychotherapy
announced that Radix founder Charles Kelley received the USABP's
Pioneer Award for 2012 for his contributions to the field of body
The announcement read: "Charles R.
(Chuck) Kelley, PH.D., was a philosopher of science, an explorer
and engineer of the life force, and an applied experimental psychologist.
He was a student of Wilhelm Reich, and after Reich's death in
1957 he published The Creative Process, America's only
scientific periodical devoted to furthering Reich's work at that
time. By the late sixties he developed his own system of Radix®
Education in Feeling and Purpose, and he and his wife Erica ran
a retreat center in California until 1987, offering residential
programs and training professionals from around the world."
are a great way to experience concentrated Radix work. New workshops
throughout the US, Canada, Europe and Australia are being posted
regularly.throughout the US, Canada, Europe and Australia.