The Feldenkrais Method’s History has roots from Judo: Video of a Judo master– full moves you might get in an advanced Feldenkrais Class https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_3wCmyksxmA Video of first assistant Mia talking about their experiences in Japan https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SDkPJb4rs0g
Awareness Through Movement — asks you to move — but with ATTENTION. It is a process of learning to listen to how you move your arms and pay attention more to what else is involved in the action. Once you learn to enjoy this process — you slow down to enrich your journey
I wanted to share with all of you this slide presentation created by Ilona Fried from Wisdom Daily Blog Plus her blog:
Milton Cohen, a rheumatologist speaks of pain and how Feldenkrais ‘exploits’ neuro-plasticity. He suggests we do not have a ‘hard wired Nervous System’. Being ‘soft wired promotes the ability to learn and change. He suggests that to best work with pain you want to move away from the problem and work with the whole person. […]
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.
Hi — for me it is always so wonderful to re-visit Moshe Feldenkrais speaking about his work. Please take time to listen!
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.
Knowing your eyes, sensing their movements and quieting any overuse can have an enormous impact on your Nervous System and potential for optimal posture and action. TOUCH TO INFORM Seminar on “Soft Eyes, Hands, Easy Neck and Shoulders”, Sundays, May 22 at Ionie’s in Sarasota and June 4th at Body Electric Yoga in St Pete.