Many people come to realise that they want to be liberated from emotional restrictions, and to achieve this they need to let go of long-held ‘positions’. That is what the Rosen Method sets out to attain.
“This work is about transformation from the person we think we are to the person we really are” – Marion Rosen
Rosen and Creativity
Rosen Method is a somatic therapy that addresses the 'holding back' that people do in their lives. It also addresses the potential they have available to them - physically, emotionally, and even spiritually.
Rosen and Health
Rosen Method attracts individuals for professional training (or for personal development) from many walks of life. There are practitioners who are also licensed doctors, physiotherapists, psychotherapists, psychiatrists, massage therapists, nurses and osteopaths, as well as professionals from other allied health disciplines
Rosen and Personal Development
Every human being develops with age and through experience. Attending a Rosen Method intensive is an opportunity to accelerate the learning experience and the development of the self. This is achieved primarily through the medium of touch and verbal exploration.
Rosen and Psychotherapy
The Rosen Method approach to well-being falls within the somatic section of therapy, the focus being on the body and on creating 'embodied self-awareness'. Rosen Method is a therapeutic process that uses both physical and verbal 'touch' with the aim of encouraging integration of the body and the mind.
Rosen and Science
Rosen Method Bodywork can lead to improvements in health, emotional well-being and interpersonal relationships. Research and clinical findings show that Rosen Method is becoming recognised as an evidence-based care modality.