Tag Archives: learning

Pain, the Central NS & Feldenkrais

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. […]

Moving From and Through Your CORE

Moving from and through your CORE ap-30-moving-from-your-core   Touch To Inform Seminar Touch To Inform The ‘CORE’ is the most central part of ourselves.  We will have a look at the ‘bones’ being our CORE and how muscles organize around our ability to Balance — and counter balance. $120, less with early registration.

Self-Discovery supports memory

Does one remember better through memorization techniques or insight? The following study explores the above question, something Moshe Feldenkrais, D.Sc.  believed to be true years ago as he observed children developing their patterns of action. He designed Awareness Through Movement lessons so you had to think your way through and discover new ‘insights’ to how […]

Neuroplasticity for Learning

“Ultimately, you are the architect of your brain. When you change your beliefs, learn something new or become mindful of your habitual reactions to unpleasant emotions, you actually alter the neurochemistry and the structure of your brain.”  Kyle Pierce 2015 The above words could have been said by Moshe Feldenkrais, D.Sc.  He most likely would have […]

About educating children with special needs

“Every child’s future depends on learning.  The brain shapes and structures itself constantly in response to it’s experiences.  We want these experiences to provide the child’s brain with lots of new information that is positive and useful.”  Anat Baniel  www.anatbanielmethod.com The Anat Baniel Method® of neuromovement for Children with Special Needs is a result of Anat Baniels’ […]

Children Learning! without shoes

Even as a third grader  I was taking care of my comfort, always taking off my shoes whenever I sat behind a desk!!  Now — thanks to a no shoe policy to keep classrooms clean — Look what they are finding!! http://www.telegraph.co.uk/education/2016/05/23/schoolchildren-with-no-shoes-on-do-better-and-behave-better-in-t/

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