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Rosen Method International Journal The Rosen Method International Journal is intended for in-depth articles related to Rosen Method and is meant to be inclusive of the worldwide Rosen community and of both bodywork and movement. The journal is available only on-line at this website, and is free and open access. Each article can be read on-line or can be downloaded and printed. The journal is approved and sponsored by the Rosen Institute.

The Rosen Method International Journal publishes articles for and about students, practitioners and teachers of Rosen Method Bodywork and Movement. The journal seeks to publish articles substantially about Rosen Method in the form of case reports, historical essays, innovations in teaching and treatment methods, discussions of theory and practice, reviews of scientific findings, original research, and book reviews. For more information see the RMIJ purpose and scope.Call for submissions A new issue of the RMIJ will be published twice each year, in the spring and fall. On an annual basis, then, please use this as a guide for when to submit.

Spring Issue
Submission due date: February 1
Available online: May

Fall Issue
Submission due date: October 31
Available online: November

For more information, see submitting articles.

Call for commentaries If you would like to comment on any of the articles in any previous issue of the RMIJ, to agree, disagree, or discuss, please submit a written commentary to [ ] by the deadline for each new issue, above. Commentaries should be in the form of a WORD document and no more than two pages in length. Please include your name, title, and if applicable, your level of certification within the Rosen community

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