InstructorTheresa Garcia
TypeOnsite Course
DateJan 22, 2022 - Jan 29, 2022
PlaceFinnish Hall, 1970 Chestnut St, Berkeley, CA
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Meg Butler and Theresa Garcia will be teaching the Winter Intensive together.  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.

Theresa Garcia is a Senior Movement and Bodywork Training Teacher and head of the Movement Training Program. She has a private practice in San Francisco and teaches weekly movement classes in the Bay Area. She is a student of the Alexander Technique and is delighted to invite others to rediscover their inner essence through movement and touch.

Rosen Method is grounded in the physical reality of the way the body functions, and also reaches the emotional and spiritual aspects of being human. The insightful teachings of this course on the body/mind connection will result in a profound impact on your personal and professional life. The Intensive is one component of a complete training program in Rosen Method bodywork. It is open to both career-track students and those who are interested in personal growth. The course runs Saturday to Saturday, 9:30 to 4:30, with Wednesday as the day off. For first-time participants, an application process is required. A late fee of $50 is added for registration after December 15. As with all training classes, you will lose a deposit of $250 if you cancel less than 2 months before start of class.

Everyone is invited to apply for a Cheryl Reed Scholarship; just email the teacher of this course saying you would like a Cheryl Reed Scholarship.  Then you will be refunded 1/3 of tuition by PayPal after you pay for the course in full.

We will be following pandemic guidelines for in-person trainings: all students need to be fully vaccinated, wearing masks, hand washing and social distancing when possible.  We will give further guidelines to class participants regarding protocol for safety measures when distancing is not possible for the practice of Rosen Method.