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In these two days we will come to know our anatomy with all its connections, which give us both support and mobility.

How would it feel to experience your center from the inside out?

Peel back the layers of knowing through anatomy, palpation, movement, bodywork, and sharing.


This course will be taught by Karen Peters & Kate O'Shea


Karen Peters has been a movement educator for over 20 years. She is a Certified Alexander Technique Teacher, a Certified Rosen Movement Teacher, and a Senior Rosen Movement Teacher Trainer.


Karen brings her wealth of knowledge from the Alexander Technique into her teaching of Rosen Movement and Experiential Anatomy.  She has a gift for presenting the simplicity of Rosen Movement in an inspiring way, inviting people into a more playful, grounded, aware, and gentle relationship with their bodies. She loves bringing people (and herself!) more deeply into themselves and into an embodied and spacious present.


Kate has a deep appreciation of the body in movement and function stemming from over 40 years practice as a Physical Therapist and 20 years practicing Rosen Method Movement and Bodywork.

Kate was a leader of a Physical Rehabilitation team for 22 years. In this experience she worked with clients of all ages in a multidisciplinary team setting to help improve their function, quality and joy of life.

Kate teaches internationally and is on the teaching Faculty of the Berkeley Center, The Open Center, Monterey School and Russian School.


You can take both weekends for $660, first weekend is June 8-9th.

A Cheryl Reed Scholarship of 1/3 of tuition is available to anyone upon request.


Deadline for early registration October 1st, $50 late fee after that.


Covid protocols: We will be following pandemic guidelines for in-person trainings: students no longer need to be vaccinated, wearing masks will be at the discretion of teachers and who you are working with, hand washing and social distancing when possible.  We will give further guidelines to class participants if needed regarding protocol for safety measures when distancing is not possible for the practice of Rosen Method.



Experiential Anatomy - Second Weekend, November 2-3, 2024

  • November 2-3rd, 2024

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