What is the DeRose Method
It’s not Yôga, Pilates, gymnastics, therapy, martial arts, or dance: the DeRose Method is something else.
It’s human nature to want to understand things, and for this reason, we try to fit them into pigeonholes in our mind. No wonder pigeonhole is associated with something square and standardized.
Therefore, it is natural for the interlocutor to wonder if it is dance, gymnastics, art, therapy, or philosophy. However, what if it doesn’t conform to any of these alternatives?
To help people better understand the Method and thus enjoy it in all its nuances, we decided to offer these clarifications.
The first thing one should know is its definition. Although this Method has been systemized since 1960, now with over half a century of history, the process was very gradual and empirical.
We can define this culture as:
The DeRose Method is an interweavement of techniques and concepts, building a proposal of behavioral refinement towards good quality of life, good human relations, good manners, good culture, good nutrition and good fitness.
Some of the tools we use are respiratory re-education, stress management, organic body techniques that promote vitality and energy, procedures that enhance emotional relaxation and mental concentration.
Listing by topic.
The DeRose Method is a proposal of good things:
- good quality of life;
- good human relations;
- good manners;
- good culture;
- good nutrition;
- good fitness;
- good environment;
- good ideals.
And some of the techniques include:
- respiratory re-education;
- stress management;
- muscle tone and flexibility;
- concentration and meditation;
Benefits? No! They are simply consequences of a healthy lifestyle philosophy.