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Rosen Method Bodywork
  Rosen Method bodywork, deeply relaxing, is distinguished by its gentle, direct touch. Using hands that listen rather than manipulate, the work takes place on a massage table in a quiet supportive environment. The practitioner focuses on chronic muscle tension and the client´s natural breathing pattern.

The Rosen practitioner has been trained to notice subtle changes in muscle tension and shifts in the breath, recognizing these as indications that the client is becoming more aware of his/her body and internal experience. The practitioner, non-judgmental and supportive, responds with touch and words.

As this process unfolds, habitual tension and old patterns may be released, freeing the client to experience more aliveness, new choices in life, and a greater sense of well-being.

The results of Rosen Method Bodywork frequently include a lessening of pain and tension and an increase in vitality and aliveness. Many individuals experience a new sense of clarity about their life direction and goals. They are better able to make decisions which improve the quality of their life.

Rosen practitioners, as part of their training, work through much of their own issues. They are not trained as therapists, nor do they engage in therapy with their clients. They are trained to be proficient observers and listeners: listening to the body and what it says and to the words spoken.

Rosen Method bodywork:

- Relaxes muscle tension and chronic holding

- Increases aliveness and vitality

- Deepens physical and emotional awareness

- Invites personal growth

- Complements other therapeutic modes

Who Benefits?

People who:

- have physical pain and discomfort

- have muscle tension and postural problems

- use their bodies for self-expression: athletes, performers, public speakers, artists, writers.

- are under stress

- feel over-extended

- are receiving psychotherapy

- are looking for physical, emotional, and spiritual growth

Rosen Method Movement

Designed by Marion Rosen, P.T., this movement is taught in a very low impact exercise class that is light-hearted, attentive and restorative. Rosen movements are simple yet enable greater body awareness and increased flexibility and help prevent physical difficulties before they arise. A class consists of movements based on physical therapy with full range of motion exercises, set to music. The music for the exercises is carefully chosen to enhance the essence of the movements and create a connection to one´s spirit for a fuller body/mind/spirit experience. Classes help people stay healthy as they age and to cope effectively with the challenges and stresses of life. Along with the specific and uplifting music, classes are designed in a fun, energizing and easy fashion.


Marion Rosen, Founder

Rosen Method bodywork and movement was developed out of Marion Rosen´s 50 years experience as a physical therapist and health educator. Her unique approach to bodywork and movement has earned her recognition as a leader and originator in the field of body-oriented therapies.

In the 1930´s, Marion studied breath and relaxation in Munich, Germany, with Lucy Heyer, who had been trained by Elsa Gindler, a renowned innovator of body therapies. Licensed in physical therapy, both in Stockholm and at the Mayo Clinic, Marion developed the Rosen Method over the course of many years in private practice.

Marion´s purpose is to realize a vision of health and well-being by making the benefits of the Rosen Method widely available to the general public.

Introduction submitted by Sandra Wooten






United States 1. Director of the Rosen Southwest Program at Two Rivers Center near Santa Fe. I am a senior Rosen teacher
and have been in private practice for 27 years. Office in Orinda, CA. (San Francisco Bay Area). Marion Rosen
has been my teacher and mentor for 30 years.

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United States 2. Patricia Angelina: Rosen Method is simplicity. . .
As Marion Rosen, founder, says, "We touch people. It is a touch that makes contact with the body with a soft, full hand, and somehow goes deep, to help a person know their authentic selves in a profound way."
Visit the website for more info. Houston, TX

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United States 3. The Rosen Institute: Rosen Method, and over 35 years of sitting meditation help to provide an open environment for us to explore together. Practicing on Vashon Island and Seattle, Washington.

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United States 4. Differing from other Rosen practitioners, I not only offer enhanced body awareness, but I also include guided meditations in my sessions and offer practices of gratitude, lovingkindness and presence, to incline the mind to greater ease, acceptance, allowing the heart/mind/body to open expansively.

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United States 5. Meg Butler has been working in the field of bodywork in Santa Barbara since 1989 and she began her training with Marion Rosen in 1995. Meg delights in how Rosen Method invites people to live more openly and fully. Based in Summerland, CA

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United States 6. I, Alan Fogel, am a Rosen Method Bodywork practitioner in Salt Lake City, Utah and also a Professor of Developmental Psychology at the University of Utah. I do research on socio-emotional development and self-awareness in infancy and with somatic treatments for adults such as Rosen Method and Feldenkrais.

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United States 7. Our individual truth is already contained in our own body; all we need to do is come home.

Mate Gross practices in Los Gatos, CA and Gloucester, MA.

Rosen touch brings a deeper physical awareness of how we hold ourselves in the world, and out of this awareness we can greet all our possibilities.

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United States 8. Julie Zweig, Certified Rosen Method Bodywork Practitioner and Licensed Mental Health Counselor provides Rosen Method Bodywork and Body-Centered Psychotherapy in New Paltz, New York. Twenty years of experience, and I love my work!

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United States 9. Rosen Method Bodywork uses gentle and compassionate touch and words to follow shifts in muscles and breath, accessing and transforming habits, memories and feelings that are the unconscious sources of chronic tension. It is a great way to deepen connection w/ self and spirit. Newton/Gloucester, MA

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United States 10. The power of gentleness is the heart of this work that leads to wholeness and an authentic self.

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United States 11. Using touch and words, we explore who you really are. As the muscles relax, feelings, memories and new awareness can surface as well as a profound sense of being seen and accepted. Pilates sessions also available. Develop core strength, flexibility, relieve chronic pain and injury prevention.

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United States 12. I am interested in the process of coming into touch with all parts of ourselves and allowing our deep awareness to surface. In this way, we may choose consciously. I am open to the great variety of human experience and work with warmth and compassion. Sylvia Nobleman, R.N.

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Canada 13. Angie Desrochers-Emond is a Rosen Method Bodywork practitioner and a member of the teaching team for Cascadia Centre with a practice in Winnipeg, MB. With over 14 years experience in bodywork and movement therapies, she brings a spirit of discovery and a sensitive, respectful approach to her work.

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United States 14. Rosen Method Bodywork: A Listening Touch

This modality of bodywork is a unique blend of listening: listening in on the rhythms of the body; listening for insights and connections that emerge from the unconscious; listening with hands, ears, and hearts.
Louisa Castner is based in Minnesota.

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United States 15. My name is Helen Morgan. As a Rosen Method practitioner, I use gentle, “listening” touch to reach deeply into the origins of tension in the body—meeting tension in a way that allows people to connect with themselves and become aware of unconscious beliefs and ways of being.

As the process unfolds, habitual tension and old patterns can be released, freeing the client to experience more aliveness, new choices in life, and a greater sense of wellbeing.

The results of Rosen Method Bodywork frequently include a lessening of pain and tension and an increase in vitality and aliveness. Many people experience a new sense of clarity about their life directions and goals.
Based in Berkeley, California.

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United States 16. For Pam Seawell, Rosen bodywork is an expression of a lifelong commitment to creative expression & well-being for all. Offices in Lafayette & Oakland, California.
Rosen touch is for men & women who want more from life, but don´t know how to break free from their day-to-day stress or chronic tension.

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United States 17. Sunshine Jenkins--Rosen Method Bodywork practice in Berkeley, California.

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United States 18. The gentle and direct touch and movement of Rosen Method invite relaxation and awareness, reconnecting us with who we are underneath our life?s experiences. May all beings have ease of well being. Theresa Garcia, San Francisco, CA.

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