UK School & Practitioners
United Kingdom Training Centre, established 2004
‘It is important to take this experience of healing into the world – this experience of our true being’ – Marion Rosen
The Rosen Method’s UK school was established in 2004 by Annabelle Apsion and Ingrid-Maria Nordgren, who had trained in Rosen Method abroad as there was no training available in the UK. Grateful for their access to Rosen Method and its unique qualities, they wanted to make Rosen Method more available to people in the UK believing in its ability to support personal transformation in all area’s of life and to increase well-being.
The UK training centre organises workshops for personal development and for professional training. The first 2 parts of training to be a practitioner involve attending Intensives where a student gradually acquires skills through experiential learning. Intensives and workshops can also be taken purely for personal growth and well-being.
The School aims to hold at least three intensives a year and a number of weekend workshops and short retreats, sometimes abroad.
Jane Spilsbury and Louisa Turner also offer weekend workshops in The Midlands and in the Norwich area.
There are now also some courses run on Zoom including Rosen Movement classes. For more information on location, prices and dates please see our events page.
International Training Centres
Rosen Method Bodywork is taught and practiced in many places around the world, including Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Israel, Russia, The Balkans, Sweden, Switzerland, Mexico, Italy and the USA.
The Rosen Institute
The Rosen Institute (RI) is the governing body for Rosen Method Training and offers international certification in Rosen Method bodywork and Movement. The RI supports practitioners and students world-wide.
To read more ‘RI_about’_ftp please click on the link.
On the RI website you can find international training events, lists of practitioners and interns, and you can also join the RI as a supporting member.
The RI also hosts the Rosen International Journal, where you can read many interesting articles and find research information about RM.
For more information see www.roseninstitute.net
Alan Fogel, PhD
Alan is a Professor of Psychology Emeritus from the University of Utah and has been an active contributor to research on the development of embodied emotional communication for the past 35 years. He is also a senior teacher of Rosen Method Bodywork and teaches internationally. Alan is the founding editor of the Rosen Method International Journal (https://roseninstitute.net/journal/journal-volumes/) and is the author of the books ‘Body Sense: The Science and Practice of Embodied Self-Awareness’ (2013, Norton) and ‘Restorative Embodiment and Resilience’ (2021, North Atlantic Books). More information can be found at: https://alanfogelrosenmethod.abmp.com