Relaxation Awareness Resilience, Rosen Method Bodywork Science and Practice
Are you searching for a therapy that strengthens your internal resources of self- awareness, compassion, and true intimacy with others?
Does it surprise you that a gentle touch, and verbal feedback which connects you to your feelings, can produce profound personal transformation?
Are you eager to gain a practical and scientific view of how Rosen Method Bodywork accomplishes this?
Ivy Green\’s new book explains all this, as it reveals how intelligent and self- healing the human mind/body really is.
Marion Rosen et Susan Brenner
Marion Rosen a développé une méthode unique qui permet aux personnes même très âgées de conserver leur mobilité. Ce livre montre comment maintenir sa mobilité et sa joie de vivre avec des exercices simples mais efficaces.
Body Sense – The Science and Practice of Embodied Self-Awareness
When we are first born, before we can speak or use language to express ourselves, we use our physical sensations, our \ »body sense,\ » to guide us toward what makes us feel safe and fulfilled and away from what makes us feel bad. As we develop into adults, it becomes easy to lose touch with these crucial mind-body communication channels, but they are essential to our ability to navigate social interactions and deal with psychological stress, physical injury, and trauma. Combining a ground-up explanation of the anatomical and neurological sources of embodied self-awareness with practical exercises in touch and movement, Body Sense provides therapists and their clients with the tools to attain mind-body equilibrium and cultivate healthy body sense throughout their lives.