Discover Rosen Method: Upcoming Workshops

Rosen Method Bodywork is about opening the heart and freeing the soul.

“This work is about transformation – from the person we think we are to the person we really are.” Marion Rosen (Founder)

ROSENMETHOD_LOGO_2Rosen Method Bodywork is unique in its use of sensitive, non-manipulative touch and words to encourage physical and emotional awareness. In moments of deep relaxation, long-held feelings and memories may surface and be spoken. We can become aware of choices we made early in life around which we have shaped our lives. With this awareness, we may discover new possibilities for regaining freedom of movement and more authentic self-expression.

Rosen Method is an effective complement to psychotherapy, medical treatment, and alternative treatment modalities. It is simple and direct. Rosen Method can be a powerful tool for reestablishing our mind, body and spirit connections.

 

Workshops provide an opportunity for self-discovery, by giving participants opportunity to explore this work through demonstrations, movement, hands-on experience, discussion and personal sharing. The support of the group enriches and deepens the process.

Mariette Berinstein, Director of Rosen Method Cascadia Centre is a Certified Bodywork Senior Teacher and Practitioner.  She has trained and worked with a number of teachers, including Marion Rosen (founder) and Elaine Mayland, author of “Rosen Method: An Approach to Wholeness and Wellbeing Through the Body”.  Mariette discovered Rosen Method in 1989 while on her own healing journey.   In honouring the sacredness of this work, she creates an allowing, safe place for the individual to connect with their authentic, whole Self. As an artist, Mariette brings creativity and passion to her teaching and her practice.

For more on upcoming Rosen Method workshops and intensives go to Rosen Method Canada

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Essential Motion

Learn to move wholeheartedly toward your vision, goals, and dreams

May 11 – 13th, 2011
Join us for a somatic movement workshop: Karen Roeper’s Essential Motion
In her original and inspiring work, Karen reconnects us with the body as our source of aliveness, creativity, and wisdom. Watching us move, Karen’s compassionate eyes observe where our bodies are stuck and where they are free. By guiding our bodies to a place of internal listening, she helps us discover and remember how we long to move.

Karen Roeper is the founder of Essential Motion. Karen’s lifelong focus has been to explore the relationships between body and emotions, the mind, and Spirit. She has conducted seminars both nationally and internationally for over twenty years. Karen holds a Masters in Counseling and Dance Therapy is a Rosen Method Bodywork Senior Teacher and is an adjunct faculty member at JFK University. She has maintained a private practice in bodywork and movement for twenty-five years. Karen is currently conducting Essential Motion Leadership Trainings in the United States, Sweden and Finland. Karen believes in curiosity, kindness and the transformative ability of each person.

Karen Roeper

“There is a power that comes from contacting the self on a visceral level—a power that leads to an opening of the heart and a return to who we truly are. I facilitate this transformation through movement—the forgotten language of the soul.” — Karen Roeper

Dates: Wed. May 11 & Thurs. May12, 9:30am 4:30PM Fri. May 13, 9:30am – 12:30 pm
Location: Cascadia Centre, Roberts Creek, BC
Fee: $285 (lunch included on Wed. and Thurs. HST $50 non-refundable deposit)
Accommodation: $100.80 (includes 3 nights lodging, breakfast, HST)
Contacts: Mariette Berinstein 604-885-0179
Toll Free 1-877-885-0179 Email: csacadia_centre@dccnet.com

www.essential-motion.com

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Rosen Method Movement Intensive, Oct. 16-20

October 16 – 20, 2010  Cascadia Centre, Roberts Creek BC

Rosen Method Movement brings forward joy, supports an attitude of non-effort, keeps our joints healthy, opens the door to a deeper experience of ourselves.

Rosen Method Movement uses music which provides support and allows the rhythm and the grace of the body to be found.

This course is for training  and/or personal growth.  Come and learn to teach this simple, practical and powerful Rosen Method Movement.

Rosen Method Movement is designed for everyone!

Teacher:  Aurelia Priotto St. John

Aurelia is a member of our teaching team at Cascadia Centre, a Rosen Method Movement Senior Training Teacher, and a Rosen Method Bodywork Practitioner.  She has been teaching weekly movement classes for over 15 years, and has had a private practice in Sausalito CA. She has recently returned to her home in Italy and brings her passion for the Rosen Method there as well.

  • Register by September 30, 2010
  • Tuition: $650(Cdn) pay to “Rosen Method Cascadia Centre”
  • Lodging & Meals: $347 pay to “RM Studio”
  • Pay by: Sept. 30 (includes non-refundable deposit of $125 for RM Studio)
  • After Sept 30 pay an additional $75.00

Contact Deanne or Mariette toll free 1-877-885-0179 or 640-885-0179

email: cascadia_centre@dccnet.com   www.rosenmethod-canada.com

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Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction, Nov.5-7

Weekend Workshop with Dr. Eddie Berinstein, November 5-7, 2010, at Cascadia Centre, Roberts Creek.

Dr. Eddie Berinstein has been practicing Mindfulness and Insight Meditation since 1977 under the guidance of his teacher Anagarika Dhammadinna until her death in 1991. He has attended many Meditation Retreats and has led a Sunday evening meditation group with the Community Schools for many years.

More recently he has attended “Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction – Professional Training” workshops with Jon Kabat-Zinn. Eddie is now teaching MBSR Workshops on the Sunshine Coast and is presently an Instructor with the Center for Mindfulness. He has found that the cultivation of Mindfulness has enhanced all aspects of his physical, emotional and spiritual life, as well as his professional life as a Family Physician.

MBSR was started by Jon Kabat-Zinn in the late 1970’s and has since benefited thousands of people worldwide.

The cultivation of Mindfulness through Meditation Practice allows us to be more present for our moments as they unfold and to embrace the “full catastrophe” of our life in a more harmonious and balanced way. The primary purpose of the workshop is the cultivation of mindfulness into everyday life, thereby using it as a means and a tool to help deal with chronic pain, stress, and illness.

The workshop will consist of both formal and informal mindfulness practices including sitting, walking, loving kindness, and bodyscan meditation. There will be group dialogue and interaction as well as some guided body movement.

Contact Deanne or Mariette toll free 1-877-885-0179, or 604-885-0179. Email cascadia_centre@dccnet.com.

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Kitchen and Dining

Fully appointed kitchen with all amenities

Bright large kitchen space opens to the dining area

Dine indoors at the large dining table, or open patio doors to the outdoor deck

A generous coffee and tea space on the table in the kitchen area

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