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Walking is more than ‘excercise’

“The brain is the only organ in the body that never stops developing and although it sounds extraordinary, an ordinary daily activity such as walking helps to keep it developing”. I have always promoted Walking as a wonderful activity for the brain.  Walking, when easy, demonstrates how you can create harmony within  your whole self through […]

Follow up Jane Brody

  The breadth and Miracle of our ability to expand and grow! Ilona writes so beautifully about every thought I had regarding the much appreciated article by Jane Brody in the New York Times October 30, 2017.  A great read for the New Year! https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/whats-missing-from-the-new-york-times-feldenkrais_us_59fba4cbe4b09887ad6f3ed2    

Jane Brody, New York Times, Feldenkrais

October 30, the New York Times printed an article by Jane Brody, who personally experienced the benefits one can receive from the thinking, science and process promoted by Moshe Feldenkrais, D. Sc., through Awareness Through Movement® classes as well as Individual Functional Integration® lessons.  It has been nice to see her recognition.

Keep brain Alive — dance — Feldenkrais

Awareness Through Movement Lessons are designed to make you think while you move and discover  new moves or ‘new choreography’. The following article’s research shows dance to be more valuable than traditional exercise due to the change in ‘choreography’.  “Each day, in everyday, we get better and better.”  Emile Coue  The Feldenkrais method asks you […]

Subtle eyes, Jaw and you

TMJ Oct 20-22   Easing tension around the eyeballs and finding ways for the eyes to move smoothly work to not only soften the eyes, it softens the neck and other tensions you might hold in your skull — as in your JAW. The following is a blog by a colleague about how changes in the […]

Golf: Shift from Stroke to SWING

As a Feldenkrais Practitioner, also working with the Anat Baniel Method of NeuroMovement for children with Special Needs, one of my principles is to shift your thinking of ‘treating’ a limitation from “fixing’ to “connecting”. When you engage in’ learning’ you connect with yourself or your child and move from always ‘fixing’ to “enjoying your […]

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