RMIJ Second Fireside Chat
May 26, 2021
10:30-12PM PST / 19.30h – 21h CEST
“Variety is the Spice of Life: Emerging Conversations about Gender/Race/Class in
Rosen Practice and Why it Matters”
Come meet Gail Bourque, author, and the other members of the Rosen Method Gender Identity group, which has been meeting for over a year. See Gail’s article in the February 2020 issue of RMIJ, here in pdf: https://1xhdko41sric25njz22ditir-wpengine.netdna-ssl.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/BourqueFinalSunday.pdf ).
Here are some questions that the Rosen Method Gender Group has been working on together:
– Have you ever thought about gender variation and gender identity issues in terms of how they might be relevant to Rosen practice?
– How much do we have to be able to understand about gender identities to do our Rosen work?
– Are you interested in looking at pronouns together and learning some non-binary basics?
– What does intersectionality actually mean in relation to being a Rosen Method Bodywork and Movement practitioner?
Bring your curiosity, questions, and experience(s) of gender and of difference–all are welcome.