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Marion Rosen



Marion Rosen (1914—2012) was a German physical therapist who developed a somatic healing approach widely known today as the Rosen Method. Her work sought to understand where and how emotions are stored in the body and how a practitioner could support in the release of those emotions through touch.

Marion Rosen
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Lessons from the Life of Marion Rosen

Lessons from the life of Marion Rosen. A short documentary based on interviews that Roger Dackegaard did with Marion Rosen in Berkeley 2009.

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Marion Rosen In Her Own Words

Often I ask myself: What is it in our work that touches people, that makes it different from other ways of working with a human being?

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Marion Rosen April 1991 Interview

"Talking with Marion" interview by Paula Kimbro

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Marion Rosen Talks: Mapping Your Emotions

Rosen Method Theory Talks from 1982: Video by Paula Kimbro of a talk and demonstration by Marion Rosen in 1982. The basic theory of Rosen Method is covered and Marion maps the emotions in the body.

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The Rosen Method of Movement

While working as a physical therapist in Oakland, California, in the 1950s, Marion Rosen was asked by several clients how they could prevent aches and pains and avoid physical therapy treatments. This question inspired Rosen to begin teaching movement classes in 1956.

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The Spiritual Dimensions of Rosen Method Bodywork

A conversation with Marion Rosen & Gloria Hessellund.

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Rosen Method Bodywork: Accessing the Unconscious through Touch

In this long-awaited description of the body-centered therapy developed by Marion Rosen, the reader begins to understand how emotional and physical ailments can be addressed through the gentle touch of the Rosen practitioner.

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Marion Rosen at 97: Finding A New Life Later in Life

Internationally-renowned somatics pioneer Marion Rosen founded her own work in the healing arts at age 56. Still working at 97, she is a model for aging gracefully, productively, and powerfully.

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Rosen Method: An Approach to Wholeness and Well-Being Through the Body

This book gives us a look behind the scenes of a Rosen Method bodywork session. The author reveals the philosophy that results in the deceptively simple words and touch that prove to be the magic key to unlocking tension held for years in the body.

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Marion Rosen teaching Movement Experiential Anatomy w/Frank Otiwell Fall 1986

Marion Rosen teaching movement at an Experiential Anatomy class.

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