In the Opinion Pages of the NY Times Jessica Wolf describes the surprising depth and emotional resonance of touch therapy to a novice receiving bodywork. She "talked to me about my body in a way I wouldn’t really come to understand for many months, but which I could experience the effects of right then and there."
MarionRosendescribes herself as a bodyworker and physical therapist. Others call her a healer. "I'm not a healer," said the 95-year-old Berkeley resident. "But people get well. It's not so much what I'm doing but what they allow to happen to themselves...
Today I lived fully, eyes and heart open wide. And this is what Rosen Method bodywork can allow: the ability to connect with our true and full experience of life. It offers a freedom that comes from acknowledgment of our parts we have withheld from the world, and from ourselves.
www.rosenmethod.com Is the official Rosen Method webite. It describes the Rosen Method, who Marion Rosen is, and lists training centers and practitioners
www.rosenjournal.org The Rosen Method International Journal publishes articles for and about students, practitioners and teachers of Rosen Method Bodywork and Movement.
www.rosenmethodopencenter.com The open center is a migrating Rosen Method Training center. This website gives a nice description of the bodywork and lists it's certified practitioners.