Individual support and professional mentoring

Rosie has been supporting movement professionals in their practice and individuals personally for many years.

Sessions for individuals offer you the opportunity to work more directly with a particular theme or intention. In this capacity Rosie works with Movement Medicine supported by her experience in Processwork, other trainings and life experience. This is a trauma informed somatic approach and we use a mixture of speaking, movement and sound enabling us to follow and engage with what is happening in the moment for you. Using the body and less cognitive routes to what is emergent can be a remarkably quick and effective way of tapping in to resources we weren’t aware we had and of finding diffferent paths through a challenge. Rosie has found this way of working very fruitful and what happens to be unique to each individual. Led by what you are bringing and what is comfortable for you. For professionals she has a range of ways to work depending upon what is required to support your professional practice. Rosie works with people across the globe online using Zoom. Cost starts at £60 per hour. Some concessions are available Session lengths are either 60 or 90 minutes.

Senior Facilitator Rosie Perks

Rosie offers a place in which to land and explore that is safe, non-judgemental and expertly held, her guidance is both sensitive and clear. She works with both groups and individuals, in the room and online. Rosie has always loved to dance and first danced with Susannah and Ya’Acov Darling Khan in 1989. Rosie is a fully qualified Movement Medicine Teacher, a professional mentor for the School of Movement Medicine and has worked closely with the school from its inception. She has many years experience teaching movement internationally. As one of the first cohort of trained Movement Medicine teachers she developed her work on the pioneering edge of this practice. Her teaching is interwoven with many years of personal practice; alongside an understanding of our shared humanity and additional training in Processwork. Rosie gently encourages the emerging voice as extra support for the body in motion, she provides a space to dance that is safe and expertly held. Rosie lives in Devon, UK with her husband of 25 years, teenage daughter, dog and 2 cats. She grew up here, in the South Hams of Devon and finds its land, rivers and seas to be one of her strongest resources as a Movement Medicine teacher. when not dancing she is never happier than when walking her dog or cuddling her cats.  Continued Professional Development: • Advanced trainings at School of Movement Medicine: 1) Working with the Heart and the SEER Process (systemic essential energy retrieval). 2) Working with Ritual 3) Working with Phoenix Processes 4) Working with Initiation & The 9 Cylces of Life • Year Long Processwork Facilitation for Leaders training with Arlene & Jean-Claude Audergon at CFOR • ITC Level 4 Coaching and mentoring training • Day trainings with Carolyn Spring on Dissociation and Shame • Rosie continues to research, read and learn online about Trauma Informed modalities and understandings, including Internal Family Systems, Somatic Experiencing, PolyVagal theory and ongoing developments in Neuroscience.