What is the Rosen Method Body work?
“Rosen Method is a way to access feelings and experiences through the body.” (Rosen & Brenner, 2003, p. 11)
RMBW (Rosen Method Body Work) is a gentle and profound therapy that uses mindful touch and responsive words to support a deepening of our physical and emotional awareness. It works with the layers of muscle tension that we have accumulated throughout our lives. Experiences and feelings, particularly in our early years, that were too difficult for us to endure, had to be put away/suppressed as a survival mechanism. One way of doing it, can take the form of muscle tension. Its function is to create a protective barrier to make us feel safe.
The Rosen Method supports our ability to explore and uncover unconscious truths.
"The uniqueness of RMBW lies in the quality of the touch and presence of the practitioner. Bringing awareness to the inner body, Rosen Method touch helps in opening and removing layers of tension that separate us from our authentic self. We learn to recognize those moments of wholeness and to dwell in them." — Odile Atthalin, founder of RMOC
It can help with:
- General health and wellbeing
- Anxiety, Depression and Stress
- Chronic pain
- Digestive problems
- Increases sense of self-worth
- Increases levels of energy
A growing body of evidence-based research is beginning to show that Rosen Method Bodywork can be an effective complementary practice for enhanced physical health; increased body awareness; reduction in depressed feelings, anxiety and stress; lowered perceived levels of pain and fatigue; support for personal growth; and ability to self-initiate life changes. Dr. Alan Fogel (PhD, LMT)See research by Dr Alan Fogel, Prof of Psychology at Utah University by clicking here
More information at: www.roseninstitute.net and www.rosenmethod.co.uk