Sara Webb Sara Webb

Adjunct Professor
Women's Spirituality
Philosophy and Religion Department
School of Consciousness and Transformation

BA, University of California, Berkeley

Sara Webb is a Rosen Method bodywork practitioner and a senior teacher at Rosen Method: the Berkeley Center. She had the good fortune to be Marion Rosen's first student in 1972 and was her close associate throughout her lifetime. Sara has also been Executive Director of the school since it was founded in 1983. Her expertise lies in transmitting the essentials of Rosen Method in a way that brings a deep understanding of the body/mind connection to students, who can then help others to heal through touch.

She is an adjunct faculty member of the Women's Spirituality Department at the California Institute for Integral Studies, and also lectures with Public Programs.

The benefits of Rosen Method include holistic pain relief, reduced muscle tension and increased vitality. Many individuals experience a new sense of clarity about their direction and goals in life. Through Rosen Method people find the wisdom of the body and work through family histories of touch deprivation. This bodywork allows harmony to develop among different aspects of our inner being as we move toward an embodied spirituality.

Sara Webb featured in SF Gate article "Therapist's hands-on method has gone worldwide". View as PDF.

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