Bibliographie

La Méthode Rosen : Accéder à l’inconscient par le toucher 

de Susan Brenner

“Ce travail mène celui que nous croyons être à celui que nous sommes réellement.”

La Méthode Rosen : une approche corporelle vers la plénitude et le bien-être

de Elaine L. Mayland

Elaine Mayland pratique la Méthode Rosen en Californie.
Elle est un des enseignants membres directeurs du “Rosen Institute”.
Elle a développé les programmes de formation sous formes de stages intensifs, qui sont appliqués actuellement dans plusieurs villes des États-Unis et du Canada, ainsi que dans plusieurs pays d’Europe.

“Ce livre présente l’enseignement de Marion Rosen tel qu’il est ; j’ai laissé de côté autant que possible, mes observations et opinions personnelles…”

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

de Elaine L. Mayland
Nouvelle version 2006

Rosen Method Bodywork : Accessing the Unconscious Through Touch 

de Marion Rosen, Sue Brenner (Contributor)

“The body never lies” in the Rosen Method, and through touch, will reveal repressed feelings disguised as chronic pain. Once accessed, the patient can begin to process those feelings toward recovery.

This book contains an explanation of the theory and practice of the Rosen Method along with case studies that show how specific disorders are successfully treated.
Photos and illustrations are provided to further explore the philosophy and mechanics of this revolutionary therapy which addresses emotional and physical ailments through touch.

The Rosen Method of Movement 

de Marion Rosen and Sue Brenner

In Rosen movement, healing manifests itself as a reclaiming of movements.

Rosen Method movement is based on physical therapy exercises playfully executed and set to music. The body begins to move again as a whole with the freedom of early childhood.

This book gives a history of Rosen Method movement, discusses the physiological basis of movement, and recommends exercises and music.

Relaxation Awareness Resilience, Rosen Method Bodywork Science and Practice 

de ivy Green

This book provides a practical, science-based explanation of how responsive touch and words activate the type of compassionate self-awareness known to promote nervous system healing from physical/emotional distress.

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