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An informal gathering to meet Maija Frauenknecht, Rosen Institute President Sunday, November 20, 2016 3-6 p.m. Meet the President of the global organization, the Rosen Institute! While Maija is visiting here from Finland, Mary Kay Wright is hosting an open house to provide a welcoming space for everyone in the Rosen Method community to have the opportunity to meet her. Come hang out with Maija for a Sunday afternoon. . . She has not visited the Bay Area before, so this is her…Find out more »
We extend warm wishes for the holiday season and recognize the importance of community at this challenging time in our country. The true strength of Rosen Method is in the people who learn, practice and share it with others. The directors of the Berkeley Center invite you to join us as we honor and celebrate the students and alumnae of the Center. We are happy to announce that our classes are full through the end of this year and that the…Find out more »
Theresa Garcia, Kate O'Shea and Karen Petersen have scheduled another peer gathering for the beginning of March. The location, times, and cost will be the same as previous gatherings. Please save the dates and join us for connection and collaboration. Let us know if you’d like to teach a class, lead a presentation, help with the event, and if you have topics for exploration.Find out more »
Wings and Wishbones: An Introduction to Rosen Method with Theresa Garcia and Elyze Stewart In Noe Valley, San Francisco Tuition: $125 if registered by 6/30; $155 after. Connect with the feelings in the bones and muscles of your upper body. By gently loosening the tension that binds us, Rosen Method assists the breath and spirit to move more freely and fully. Contact Theresa Garcia (TheresaGarcia.biz) or Elyze Stewart (415.626.7324) to register.Find out more »
Hosted by 3 Senior Movement Training Teachers: Theresa Garcia, Karen Peters and Kate O'Shea WHO: Rosen Method Movement teachers, interns and students who have taken at least one intensive are all Invited to attendWHAT: A safe, open, knowledgeable group to present the things that you really care about in Rosen MovementWHERE: Unity Spiritual Center, 2690 Ocean at 19th Avenue, San FranciscoWHY: fun, sharing, food, moving, inspiration!HOW: Send a check for $50 to Theresa Garcia, 2511 29th Avenue, SF CA 94116 This is…Find out more »
The California Institute of Integral Studies is sponsoring a Rosen Method Workshop in San Francisco on March 10-11, 2018 9:30 am to 6:00 pm California Institute of Integral Studies 1453 Mission Street San Francisco, CA 94103 . Please register for this workshop at Public Programs, CIIS: email@example.com. Gloria Hessellund and Sara Webb will be the teachers for this weekend course. Everyone is welcome. This workshop explores how muscle tension, breath, and body postures interface with emotion through the Rosen Method, a somatic…Find out more »
COME JOIN US! For an evening of connection, food and music. We are celebrating Marion Rosen´s Birthday and Elyze Stewart's Birthday. Please bring a dish to share. The evening is from 5-8pm at the Neyborly at 2518 San Pablo Ave, Berkeley, CA 94702Find out more »
Announcing the upcoming Movement Intensive this July with Theresa Garcia and Kate O'Shea, followed by another Intensive in January 2019. Check our course page if you want to enroll. It is exciting to see the resurgence of energy and interest that has sprung up around the Movement Training. This training track is an important asset to any professional or personal understanding of Marion Rosen's work. If you haven't embarked yet on this study, it may be time now to pursue this aspect of Rosen Method.Find out more »
COME MOVE WITH US! With Theresa Garcia, Kate O'Shea and Karen Peters
at the Noe Valley Ministry, San Francisco
Come join us for a day of Rosen Method Bodywork Sharing.
Rosen Method bodywork is distinguished by its gentle, direct touch. Using hands that listen rather than manipulate, the practitioner focuses on chronic muscle tension. As relaxation occurs and the breath deepens, unconscious feelings, attitudes, and memories may emerge. The Rosen bodywork practitioner has been trained to notice subtle changes in muscle tension and shifts in the breath, and to acknowledge the responses with touch and words. As this process unfolds, habitual tension and old patterns may be released, freeing the client to experience more aliveness, new choices in life, and a greater sense of well-being.
Rosen Method bodywork is often used by people who are seeking relief from headaches, back pain, muscle tension, joint pain, injuries, insomnia, and chronic conditions like asthma and chronic fatigue. The work can be supportive for people seeking emotional healing and for survivors of trauma or abuse.
For $30 you can come and receive a session and participate in a discussion on Rosen Method Bodywork with Sara Webb and the current Rosen Interns.
Time slots for sessions are at 1pm and again at 3pm, so once you send in your payment we will email you to schedule your session.Find out more »