The following is by a fellow Feldenkrais Practitioner who suggests we move our mind set from stress as a downer to an OPPORTUNITY! “We are designed to learn but often avoid the opportunity. If we are smart and/or lucky we will set up challenges to stress/expand our lives.” Chris Elms To read more!
“Motor Learning Specialists have found that we learn by doing,” says Dowd, who began teaching at Julliard as an assistant to Ideokinesis matriarch Lulu Sweigard in the late 1960s. ‘If you learn it ( anatomy) intellectually, you forget it. You have to do it physically and then you can start to understand what you have learned.” Irene Dowd […]
A yoga enthusiast starts to train in The Feldenkrais Method®. she reflects how she sees the differences — yet similarities — hmmmmm href=”http://www.discoveringmovement.com/yoga-vs-feldenkrais/”>
Working with the ‘younger generation’ Rich demonstrates subtle principles of the Feldenkrais Method and his participants ask those questions I am sure all of my clients have. Sweet.
Viva La Breathing – Improving Posture – Reducing Stress! Breath is central to our well-being. A fully functionally aligned spine supports breathing while exploring different ways to breath can support spinal alignment. The ‘newest’ recommendation by the medical world is to ‘breathe’ to reduce stress and risk of heart disease. Explore how engaging your attention to […]
Please view this lovely video of Joan and The Anat Baniel Method® for Neuromovement Some Children need extra support in learning how to move. ABM Practitioners help them make new connections in their brain’s for fuller development.
I was a recreational runner and now I dance. I know that IF I have an aching knee, the knee can get ‘better’ with conscious awareness to ‘how’ I track my legs and torso during my dancing, ; Jae offers advice to runners about how they need to ‘MOVE’ their CORE. Her column appears here: […]
How Moshe Feldenkrais Reminds Me that Life is an Adventure
Learn to SMILE and Kiss your way to a more OPEN YOU! Popular treatments for teeth, grinders and those who suffer symptoms of the temporomandibular joint include learning to use slow, gentle movements and develop better organization for their head, neck and shoulders. I, Bonnie Kissam, M.A. in Education, Feldenkrais® Practitioner, have been fine tuning this […]
I want to thank all those who have participated in Your Walking Engine Seminar and Moving from and through your FEET Seminar this past month in West coast of Florida. How do we learn about our feet and create our walking patterns? Can we relearn those patterns through awareness ? Note video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BzY0ifqeaT0 One […]