Came out on the 20th of June 2017.
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A special note to the Rosen Method community about this book:
This Memoir might be of interest to you because, although Rosen Method is not the main focus of my Memoir, it tells how I came to Rosen Method.
I found the Rosen Method as a calling at the end of a long search for healing, at age 50, guided by some unconscious vague sense of what I was looking for. I knew it was “not this, not that”, not just psychology, not just psychoanalysis, not just becoming a meditation teacher, nor a teacher of eastern practices, not just hatha yoga nor bhakti, nor kundalini, nor tantra yoga, and not dance therapy either. I studied Eutony and Feldenkreis, but although all were most beneficial to my own personal process, none felt as my calling, my life’s work, as a practitioner or teacher.
I had been leaning towards practices which included the physical body and the emotional body, slowly integrating head and heart.
When a new friend invited me to receive a training session supervised by Marion Rosen, I had never heard of the Rosen Method. At the end of their work together with me as their patient, listening to them and sensing their hands on my body, I knew I had found It. I did not know why, but I was convinced that this was my work, I recognized it, as if I had it in me all along waiting for me to get it.
I had no idea where this feeling came from, and I did not mention it to anyone. I went through the 3-year long training including internship as fast as I could, got certified, called myself a Rosen Method practitioner and started seeing clients . Almost overnight I had a full practice. This was it. This was exactly what I had always wanted to do.
It’s only a few months later, after seeing one my clients, at the end of the day, that I remembered the defining healing experience I had when I was 8 years old. To read the full account, get the book!
Long Live Rosen Method!