Two nice articles of how YogaPractice and The Feldenkrais Method® work differently and yet together. Personally, I find my practice of Yoga enriched through my experience with the process I love, learning to listen, create subtle variations, be willing to do less until I am clear of the instruction or posture requested of me in […]
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Our brains are so under-explored. Take the time to read this fun article and keep learning!! Easy does it! A little bit at a time until — VOILA! Your Brain Has A ‘Delete Button’ And Here’s How To Use It!
The other day I was sitting in a dental chair opening my mouth. [Imagine that!] Since I was in a passive position, I decided this was a good time to pay attention to what I was sensing in my ‘self-body’. I started by noticing if I was calm or tense; I listened to actions my […]
It was brought to my attention that everyone studying Feldenkrais or taking a Feldenkrais Class should have required reading of the Chapter in Norman Doidge’s latest book, The Brain’s Way of Healing, Voila — the chapter is on my website! Please take the time to read!
I have often suggested ‘toe painting'[like finger painting] might be useful for one’s balance and ability to walk. Fine tuning our foot, ankles and toes [as in painting] supports mapping FEET in our brain so we can use them more fully. I have also suggested finger painting after an arm injury or something delicate to […]
Quick Refresher #1 https://youtu.be/8A2_211_-bA Quick Refresher #2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eL3STq5_cGE
A revival from a 2010 Psychology article by Alan Fogel, Ph. D., Pyschology Professor University of Utah has recently recirculated reminding us of the importance of Body Sense. Dr. Fogel, suggests that although cardiovascular health is important, we also need to honor the power of using our kinesthetic sense as we move and that perhaps this […]