COMING IN FALL 2014 In Edmonton, Alberta – Two Bodywork Intensive Weekends with Mariette Berinstein.
The next Edmonton Rosen Method Bodywork Intensives will be held on two weekends in 2014 at NHPC in Edmonton.
DATES: FALL 2014
This Registered Training Program and Personal Self-Discovery Workshop, will be taught by Mariette Berinstein and Sarah Dandridge.
Space is limited, so please register early. using our Registration LINK
Mariette Berinstein is a Senior Rosen Method Teacher. She came to this work in 1989 and trained with Marion Rosen (founder) who was one of her teachers. With 18 years experience in private practice and 9 years of teaching experience, she has developed Rosen Method training programs and fulfilled her vision of having Rosen Method recognized as a Registered Post Secondary Training Program in BC. Mariette’s passion is teaching, working with the students as they discover themselves and the essence of Rosen Method.
Sarah Dandridge, CMT, SEP, was trained by Marion Rosen and has been practicing Rosen Method for 23 years in the Bay Area. For many years, Sarah has been a Primary supervisor for Rosen interns and she co-taught the first training class for supervisor candidates in Berkeley. Sarah is a certified Teacher and has taught introductory workshops and co-taught intensives in Canada, Moscow, Santa Fe and the Bay Area. She is also a certified practitioner of Somatic Experiencing, the technique developed by Peter Levine to resolve trauma in the body. Sarah served as treasurer of the Board of the Rosen Institute with Bill Samsel for 3 years.
Intensives invite professional deepening and personal self-discovery.
The Intensive is designed so that the students have a direct experience with Rosen Method through demonstration, hands-on experience, discussions, sharing and sharing circles. The demonstrations are a teaching time in the Rosen Method Bodywork. The teacher shares what he/she is doing, seeing and feeling. During this time questions are invited. The sharing circles create a safe, supportive environment for one to speak from her/his own experience while being supported by the teachers. Also the support of the group enriches and deepens the process in a residential setting.
About Rosen Method Bodywork
Rosen Method Bodywork is unique in its use of sensitive gentle touch, which meets chronic muscle tension, allowing relaxation. Rosen Method is a way to access feelings and experiences through the body. Often words are used to speak into what we see or feel, which supports the process. Through muscle tension, the body represses feelings and experiences that we cannot handle at the time of their occurrence. In this way we often forget what happened. Chronic tension, which once served as a protection, often becomes a barrier, a limitation to the full expression of our aliveness. When the client relaxes deeply, they may connect with this tension in a way that allows them to experience and become aware of these barriers, therefore supporting the possibility of change at a deep level.
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CEUs are available for bodyworkers and massage therapists through the Natural Health Practitioners of Canada (NHPC) as an approved provider for Continue Education. CEUs are available also, for US students in bodyworkers and massage therapists through NCBTMB, which is certified by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage bodywork (NCBTMA) as an approved provider for Continuing Education.
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