At the School of Inner Health, all our courses are taught from a Biodynamic framework, in other words, in dialogue with the inherent life force found in all living beings. Our students learn to make contact with this life force and respond to its unfoldment.

A Biodynamic approach to healing has several distinguishing elements. The most notable is that Health is primary, that whatever challenge is occurring is smaller than a larger supportive field of Health. This differs greatly from the western medical model which is focused on finding disease. As Andrew Taylor Still said “”It is the object of a physician to find health, anyone can find disease.”

But when we are truly practicing from a biodynamic perspective, we don’t find Health, because we don’t have to. We already know that Health exists. Every cell in your body, every drop of fluid, every breath knows this. Health is unerring, innate and immutable. It is our essential well-being, an Intelligence that moves both within us and around us, that is in each of us and all of life.

When we make contact with this Intelligence, we make contact with aliveness. An aliveness that is ancient and consistent in every form it takes, an ever-unfolding impulse.

When we recognize the Health and Intelligence in another, we see things that cannot be seen otherwise. When we see in this way, and make contact in this way, we amplify the Health in both the other and ourselves.

And herein lies another tenant of the Biodynamic paradigm, that we as practitioners are neutral, informed and present to the Health in another. In order to do this, we cultivate these same qualities in ourselves. Our goal is not to be perfect, but rather authentic, able to recognize where we are and where we are not in any moment. We know safety and support, health and disease first in ourselves and then resonate with and recognize these in another. In order to know what these qualities are, we also have to know what they are not. This is one of the ways the felt sense is essential to our work. When we are present biodynamically, we are using all our senses, including the sense of something we recognize at the deepest level of our being.

In a biodynamic approach to healing, we see and know and feel and listen in ways and places that set us apart from the world around us. And by doing so, we give our clients the gift of being able to disengage from the fast pace of the modern world and its challenges. With knowing and intention and the capacity to rest in a slower place, a biodynamic practitioner guides their client to return to a place within themselves that is as old as the ground we stand on, that moves and has always moved with Intelligence and Purpose. A place that can be still and know. A place that has no urgency, a time that doesn’t need to be re-membered because it is and has always been whole.

Margaret Rosenau, Director

 

 

About Margaret Rosenau, MA, RCST, SEP, :

Margaret has owned the School of Inner Health since 2016. She has over 20 years of experience as a somatic bodyworker and educator. She has traveled both the external world of our planet and the internal world of her body extensively. She is passionate about life, what makes a life worth living, and cultivating the relationships and meaning to live life well. She is a gifted teacher. Margaret doesn’t hold back what she has to offer. She saturates her students with knowledge. She’s really open to sharing what she knows. She wants to empower her students, not just have them see her as powerful. In fact, Margaret recognizes that anything she knows comes from something bigger. She is a magical conduit for letting that something bigger come through into the room and meet every student where they are able to hear / see / learn.

 

Our Teachers

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Margaret Rosenau
Director / Craniosacral Intstructor

Margaret Rosenau MA, BCST, RCST®, SEP, APP. , has over 20 years of experience as a somatic bodyworker and educator. She has traveled both the external world of our planet and the internal world of her body extensively. She is passionate about life, what makes a life worth living, and cultivating the relationships and meaning to live life well. She is a gifted teacher. Margaret doesn’t hold back what she has to offer. She saturates her students with knowledge. She’s really open to sharing what she knows. She wants to empower her students, not just have them see her as powerful.

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Deb Bowser
Aromatherapy Intstructor

Deborah Bowser, LMT                                                                         3-21-2017 Bio & Pic Deborah graduated from Colorado Institute of Massage Therapy as a Licensed Massage Therapist, October 2012 and started her own massage business. November of that year, she took the Raindrop Therapy Technique and March 2013, Advanced Raindrop Technique (Neuro-Auricular) at School of Inner Health. “I was hooked!”, and [...]

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Karen Kanode
Lymphatic Instructor

Karen Kanode, LMT, is a practitioner and instructor of biodynamic lymph drainage.

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