For events offered through the Berkeley Rosen Center, please visit the Berkeley Center Calendar page.
Check out the articles about Rosen Method in SF Chronicle and East Bay Express. Here is Alan Fogel's article about the Practice and Science of Rosen Method Bodywork.
June 4 - 11 Rosen Method in Community & Nature: Bodywork Residential Intensive
Tuition: $2,100 ($1,975 if registered before May 14)
Give yourself the gift of a week living and breathing Rosen Method! The Residential Intensive offers a unique opportunity to live and learn in an environment of transformation and community. Here the cares of the world fall away and you will find continuous support for personal growth and possibility. A daily practice of Rosen bodywork and movement helps you find a pathway to who you truly are. Marion Rosen's legacy is a somatic discipline that is internationally recognized for its contribution to understanding mysteries of mind/body connection. Taught by Sara Webb and Meg Butler. For first-time participants, an application process is required. For more information download the flyer.
June 15 OPEN HOUSE: Making a Difference with Rosen Method1 - 4 pm
$35, or bring a friend for $60
The afternoon includes a talk from our Director and Senior Teacher, Sara Webb, about the benefits of Rosen Method and how you can find balance in these turbulent times. Rosen Method bodywork and movement can help you become more aware of your body and be more in touch with your feelings. After an introduction to Rosen Method and an opportunity to ask questions, participants will enjoy a bodywork session and a movement class. Limited space available. All are welcome.
June 16 ONE-DAY INTRODUCTORY WORKSHOP: Explore the Mind, Body Connection10 am - 5 pm
Explore the body-mind connection through movement, demonstrations, and hands-on work in this one-day workshop taught by senior teacher Sara Webb and co-teacher Regina Wells. This workshop is an opportunity to learn about, experience, and practice Rosen Method. Rosen Method is a gentle, yet powerful form of touch and movement which assists people in opening to long-forgotten experiences and feelings. The one-day workshop will be of special interest to those who are massage therapists, nurses and psychotherapists. It is also intended to benefit people from all walks of life who want greater physical and emotional aliveness and more access to somatic awareness. It is a prerequisite for the Rosen Method training programs. Newcomers welcome. CEUs available.
The Conscious Health Institute is a not-for-profit institute whose mission is to research, educate and inform the public on issues related to health, medicine and culture based on a new paradigm.
To watch the video and listen to all five parts of the Rosen Method interview with Marion, click the link to the CHI site and scroll all the way down on the Conscious Health Institute website.