Rosen Method Movement Intensive
A Registered Training Program and/or for personal growth
November 13 – 17, 2013 – at the Cascadia Centre, Roberts Creek BC
(Download Flyer:Rosen Method Movement Intensive fall 2013)
Rosen Method Movement encourages natural, free breathing and uses gentle stretching, swinging and exercises to improve body alignment and flexibility. During each class the joints of the body are moved through their full range of motion. Supported by music this movement is done in a lively group setting.
Some movements are done individually, others with partners or in a circle.The class allows people to release physical holding and in the process, to rediscover the joy of movement. For those with limitations the effect is often restorative. The classes provide a spacious, joyful sense of one’s body at rest and in daily activity. These easy and pleasurable movements/exercises provides a thorough method for maintaining fluid motion over the years.
Instructed by Karen Peters
Director of Movement Training Program
Karen Peters is a Senior Rosen Method Movement Teacher Trainer, and an Alexander Technique Teacher as well. Karen was trained in Berkeley as a Movement Teacher by Jane Malek and Lisa Thompson; she was subsequently trained as a Teacher Trainer by Theresa Garcia. She currently teaches a weekly class in Napa, California, and teaches movement training classes at the Berkeley Center. Karen has two young sons at home, and finds teaching Rosen Movement to be an invaluable source of sanity, love, joy, and aliveness.
Rosen Method Movement is designed for everyone!
Come and learn about these simple, practical and powerful movements.
Register online: Course Registration Form
Tuition: $650(Cdn) payable to “Rosen Method Institute Canada”
Lodging and Meals: $400 (Cdn) payable to “Cascadia Retreats”
Register by October 15, 2013
Contact Mariette at 604-885-0179 or toll-free US/Canada 1-877-885-0179 email:firstname.lastname@example.org
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.