ROSEN METHOD MOVEMENT INTENSIVES - ATTEND INTENSIVES FOR PERSONAL ENJOYMENT OR PROFESSIONAL TRAINING.
Rosen Movements is a system of range of motion and stretching exercises which are designed to lubricate the joins, expand the chest and loosen the diagragm. It started in the 1956, when Marion Rosen was asked by a friend for excercises that would prevent injury and stiffness in the body.
movements are easy and fun to do. They bring out a lot of joy and freedom.The
movements are designed according to a deep knowledge on how the human body
works at its best.
movements have a therapeutic effect on all levels in those who practice them
- In a five
days’ movement intensive you can enjoy the movements and learn how to teach
them. You can also join the intensive just for your own personal development. Movement Intensives offered at the UK Rosen School can be counted toward the training requirements to professionally teach Rosen Method Movements and become a qualified Rosen Method Movement Teacher by the Rosen Institute. Only certified movement teachers and movement interns of the Rosen Institute who have indicated their status, may teach Rosen Method Movements and use the name Rosen Method.
- Students interested in training to become a Rosen Method Movement Teacher will need to qualify through the German Rosen Method Bodywork and Movement School according to their requirements. Please enquire in the office for more details.
Rosen Movements are significant in their aim of lengthening muscles so that holding patterns in the body can change and that more room can be created for a fuller breath. It also focuses on relaxation rather than moving with unnecessary effort, modyfying habitual states of contraction without working out a sweat.
"Marion Rosen has developed a method which can keep an 80-year-old moving like a 20-year-old. People describe how vigorous and happy they feel after doing the movements. The secret is that the teacher looks for the participant's stiff muscles and joints and designs special movements to make that person soft and flexible"
Hans Axelson, Axelsons Gymnastiska Institute, Sweden
To do a booking request please go to the workshops page ('view workshops' on the home page) for details of the registration and payment.