InstructorRosen Method
TypeOnsite Course
DateSep 17, 2022 - Sep 24, 2022
Time9:30-4:30
PlaceMercy Center 2300 Adeline Dr. Burlingame CA 94010
Seat2/0
Price$2390
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Mercy Center in Burlingame

Come find out why some people exclaim that the best vacation they ever had was a Rosen Method Residential Intensive! The Rosen Residential Bodywork Intensive and Retreat 2022 is being taught on the resplendent grounds and gardens of the Mercy Center Burlingame located in San Mateo County, CA.  The Mercy Center Burlingame is steeped in traditions attending to the deep love of community, spirituality, and care for the earth, and these rich traditions promise to support our Rosen community as we develop our capacity for self-awareness through gentle direct touch, joyful movement and dialog. We will  explore the essence of Marion Rosen’s understanding of the mind-body connection through demonstrations, shared discussion and supervised practice. The intensive offers the possibility slow down to the inherent rhythms of our body and listen deeply into the wisdom held within us in an environment of natural beauty, transformation, and community. It is one component of a complete training program in Rosen Method Bodywork, and this course is open to Both career-track students and those who are interested in personal growth.

Only the full price option for bedroom and all meals can be purchased online otherwise you will need to send payment to rosenmethod@sbcglobal.net on paypal for walk on with lunch provided or just attendance.

     Jane Pittsinger- has a Rosen Bodywork private practice in Half Moon Bay and teaches Rosen Movement weekly in Pacifica (and virtually). She graduated as a Physical Therapist in 1973. Rosen Method bodywork and movement have brought depth, meaning, aliveness and truth to this process of discovery for herself and her clients.

Meg Butler- has been using Rosen Method’s listening touch and reverent curiosity to help clients find their own path to wellbeing by exploring the connection between their habitual tension and their inner landscape since beginning her internship in 1998. She has continued her Rosen Method education with the Rosen Method Teacher Training and Movement intensives. Meg also taught massage for six years before turning her focus completely to Rosen Method, because Rosen Method allowed her to touch people more deeply with less effort. Meg has much experience and knowledge to share with students of Rosen Method.