The International Sherborne Co-Operation, or ISCO, was created for the Internationsl Sherbrone Family throughout the world.
The International family of Sherbone practitioners extends worldwide from Japan throughout Europe and Scandinavia to Brazil. The purpose of international co-operation is to continue and develop Veronica Sherborne’s way of working in movement and to ensure standards in training are maintained throughout the world.
Practitioners in Sweden, Norway, Belgium, The Netherlands, the United Kingdom and Japan have the opportunity to join official Associations or Boards in these countries. Those without an official Board may join the International family as “floating members”. At present, international co-operation is achieved by regular contact with representatives of the official Boards. For Belgium the rep is Karla Trimpeneers; for Sweden it is Kerstin Wallin, for Norway it is Unni Vagstol, in Holland the rep is Lonneke van Elburg, for the UK it is Amy Fowler and in Japan it is Mariko Kinumoto. The floating members have representation through contact with any of the five people whose details are posted opposite
Each representative is elected by their national Board and no decisions are taken until issues have been thoroughly discussed by the national Boards. Floating members are encouraged to form their own National Association or Board when there are sufficient Sherborne practitioners in their country. New representatives on the International Sherborne Co-Operation (ISCO) group would be celebrated.
If any member has an issue they would like discussed, please contact one of the ISCO reps shown. Finally, to view the notes from the last international meeting, please go to the report section on the members page.
The ISCO reps