Seven Day Intensive: Rosen Method Bodywork Training
The RMIC offers a unique way to learn a transformative work. Our trainings are structured in a seven day intensive format with a residential option, so that people who are working and/or traveling from a variety of areas can participate in the training with minimal disruption to their lives.
Each seven day intensive has the value of three months of course time. In addition, we have found the students greatly benefit from being immersed in the work over the seven day course.
In order to become a Rosen Method Bodywork Practitioner students need to arrive at a place within themselves where they are connected to their experience in an embodied way while they are practicing the work. The seven day intensive residential format supports students in this process in that there is sustained support from the teaching staff, community experience amongst students, and time away from busy life routines that would normally interrupt processing time.
Weekend Intensive: Rosen Method Bodywork Training
The weekend intensive format was recently designed for the RMIC Edmonton students to provide them with a more accessible training option. One seven day Intensive is split over two extended weekends; the first weekend is three full days ,the second weekend is four full days. These weekends are set six weeks apart to allow time for processing.
This format creates the possibility for more people to come to the work without having to give up a week away from home and work. The weekend intensive format is held in residential setting to allow students the option of sustained support from teaching staff, community experience amongst students and time away from busy life routines that would normally interrupt processing time.
Five Day Intensive Rosen Method Movement Teacher Training
The RMIC Movement Teacher Training Program offers a unique way of learning in a five day intensive format with a residential option, so that people who are working and/or traveling from a variety of areas can participate in the training with minimal disruption to their lives.
Students benefit from the intensive residential format because of concentrated time with teachers, after class time to practice the concepts of the work with fellow students, and the opportunity to deepen their understanding of the relationship between movement, music and play and the concept of moving through life with more ease.