InstructorKaren Peters
TypeOnline Course
DateAug 29, 2020 - Aug 31, 2020
Student Enrolled2
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The essence of Rosen Method is to more deeply feel yourself, and from there to feel into how you move in the world. Rosen Movement awakens your natural structure and your capacity for allowing support and possibility in your life. Rosen Movement is a catalyst for connecting deeply and tenderly with ourselves and our communities, touching us with music, movement, and presence.

Each day will include movement classes, sharing circles, living anatomy, and many creative learning opportunities and experiments. These movement half-intensives comprise a component of our movement training program, and are open to participants looking for personal growth and those seeking to become Rosen Method movement teachers. In addition to having more than a half-century of experience in teaching RMM in-person classes, we have been teaching online classes during the Shelter-In-Place with very moving results. We are excited to engage with you in this new format.
The instructors have been collaborating for more than a decade!
Karen Peters is a Senior Movement Training Teacher, and AmSAT Certified Alexander Technique Teacher,
Kate O’Shea is a Senior Movement Training Teacher, Holistic Anatomy Teacher, and Bodywork Training Teacher, and
Theresa Garcia is a Senior Movement Training Teacher and Senior Bodywork Training Teacher
Dates: Saturday, Sunday, and Monday August 29, 30, 31
Hours 9am – 1pm PDT
Register online at: or call 510-845-6606
Tuition: $325 (scholarships available)

The Rosen Foundation is making available a scholarship for financial aid during the pandemic in the amount of 1/4 of the tuition for anyone who needs it. To request a Cheryl Reed Scholarship, send an email with a brief description of your request to Theresa Garcia ( for the movement half-intensives. The Diversity Scholarship is also available with an application and interview. See the Diversity Scholarship tab on this website for details.  

In loving memory of Cheryl Reed, deceased 11/2019.