Healing Golf Injuries Using Full Equal Parts of Neuromuscular-Skeletal System When you work with an injured golfer, do you look at the injury alone or the person in the action? What is required for an optimal swing and might that be relevant for a long term solution? The golf swing begins with your legs and […]
Tag Archives: limitations
Information from Sensory Nerves vs Motor Nerves
Bonnie B Cohen is a brilliant lady who describes in this video why we are inhibited from ‘learning’ when we are working to ‘get it’ . Learning comes in from the back door!
Anat Baniel: “You have to go slow … think fast, go slow”
” We need to first connect with the child.” Since we have been at home and Virtual rooms have become our way of connection, Anat Baniel’s Method for NeuroMovement’s created a new program working with parents in ways they can help their child. Through Your Hands. I love the answer Anat Baniel gives in this […]
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. […]
Feldenkrais and Cerebral Palsy explained
Hi — for me it is always so wonderful to re-visit Moshe Feldenkrais speaking about his work. Please take time to listen!
Diet and Feldenkrais for M.S.
New video of how one person has worked to prevent limitations with M.S.
What is Feldenkrais? by Mare Petras
Published in Gulf Coast Healthy Living, a magazine of the Herald Tribune media group, Sep 2007 View PDF Article