Marion Rosen, founder of Rosen Method, had a vision of the whole person in which the body can function fully and breathe freely; a vision of human beings experiencing the whole range of emotions and sensations. Rosen Method bodywork and movement make possible the experience of joy and aliveness in the body.
Through Rosen Method, you can:
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The secret mystery of Rosen Method is that it works deeply on freeing your muscle tension and your breath — which are the building blocks for a happy life! This freedom may give us longevity. Marion Rosen herself was enjoying life and teaching until age 97!
Presence in action! You may feel present when you sit on a cushion in a quiet room, but you may easily lose that when you get caught up in the swirl of daily activities. . . Learn to keep that presence!
Both use touch and direct contact with the skin, but Rosen Method does not use any oil or lotion. Rosen can include the use of words, as the clients may express what they experience. Rosen Method gets to the roots of the tension, and makes a bridge between the body and the emotions that expands self-knowledge.
Rosen Method is different because it relies on direct touch and on feeling the breath and the muscle tension to help discover forgotten feelings. Clients often find psychotherapy and Rosen bodywork are a helpful combination — but one is not a substitute for the other.