Tag Archives: rehabilitation

Energy?  “the movement from possibility to actuality.”

What is energy?  “the movement from possibility to actuality.”               Dr. Dan Siegal Potential for using Feldenkrais’ process Interview 2018 during Feldenkrais week with Dr. Dan Siegal, Interpersonal Neurobiology and Donna Ray, Feldenkrais Practitioner/Trainer  about mind, consciousness, energy, awareness.  Dr. Dan Siegal suggests “dropping into the subjective experience of knowing, all […]

Breathing is Life, Life is Breathing

“Our breathing reflects every emotional or physical effort and every disturbance”– Moshe Feldenkrais, D.Sc Feldenkrais colleague writes:  Breathing is Life, Life is Breathing. Tyler James Wall describes how even though breathing is something we do everyday, HOW we breath is reflected in our everyday habits. Moshe Feldenkrais liked to disrupt habitual actions and habitual breathing patterns are […]

Ben Gurion, Robert St. John, Moshe Feldenkrais, D. Sc.

There is a famous picture of Ben-Gurion, Prime Minister of Israel 1948-54 and 1955-63,  standing on his head.  Robert St. John in his Biography of Ben-Gurion, talks about the headstand on the beach as  a visible result of his everyday appointments with Dr. Feldenkrais.  Ben-Gurion’s  wife called Feldenkrais Dr. Hocus Pocus (due to his non-traditional […]

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 […]

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