Tag Archives: self-learning

TOUCH TO INFORM: Walking Weekend

January 31   Special two for one!!  One registers and you bring a friend!!  Still only $44 Change in VENUE AND TIMES:  Friday evening:  6:30-8:45    at:   Hip Expressions: 2033 54th Ave N, St. Pete  off 275 Intro to The Feldenkrais Method® and TOUCH TO INFORM Seminars:  Freeing Your Neck and Shoulders YOUR NECK is an […]

Release Your Jaw, Your Voice & Wholeself

Move your Tight Jaw into a Light Jaw      10 % less if register by May 28!! Friday evening from 6:30- Sunday at 4:00 15 CEs. Enjoy the experience of The Feldenkrais Method®  as you learn the concepts and practical applications for your life and profession through TOUCH TO INFORM Seminars. Little used Awareness Through […]

Soft Eyes, Hands — Easy Neck, Shoulders

2018 Mar 9-11 Weekend Seminar When our hands and eyes stiffen, so does the neck and shoulders. Can you soften neck and shoulders through softening eyes and hands? Participants will need to have experienced a one day seminar to attend. 941.360.2248 $340 for full weekend minus 20% with early registration $150 for day with 10% […]

Freeing Your Neck & Shoulders

2018 Feb 9-11 Weekend Seminar Introduction to both the Feldenkrais Method® and TOUCH TO INFORM Seminars. Our head follows our eyes. Our shoulder girdle, rib cage, pelvis and spine supports our head. Using neurological concepts from The Feldenkrais® Model, participants will develop skills that indirectly quiet excessive tension in the muscles of the neck and […]

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. […]

Move your Tight Jaw into a Light Jaw using the Feldenkrais® Method

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 […]

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