What is Feldenkrais?
Full, dynamic living is linked to our ability to experience and learn on our own. Ordinarily, we learn just enough to function. For example, we learn to use our hands well enough to eat, our legs well enough to walk. Functioning with a greater range of ease and skill, however, remains to be developed.
The Feldenkrais Method teaches, through movement, how we can improve our capabilities to function in our daily lives, whether it’s lifting up a child, working at a computer, or training for the marathon.
By clarifying our self-image, Feldenkrais enables us to rediscover movements that have been forgotten or excluded in our usual way of doing things. And by learning how our whole body cooperates in any movement, the method assists us in living our lives more fully, efficiently, and comfortably.
It is especially useful for people who want to overcome limitations brought on by stress, misuse, accident, or illness. It is equally beneficial for people who want to feel better physically and mentally.
Would you like to:
- recover from injury
- reduce suffering from back, neck, shoulder, or other neuromuscular pain
- feel more balanced, stable, and upright
- have more skeletal support and less muscular tension
- be more resilient and adaptable
- feel more flexibile and mobile
- experience less chronic pain and fatigue
- improve self-use for working out, sports, yoga, dance, or other physical activity
- live with less internal resistance and a greater sense of connection and ease
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4 Meditative Movement for Healing, 10am-1pm
Healing occurs when you begin to initiate movement from a new place that doesn't bring about problematic or difficult patterns...
17 Allowing Resistance to Melt, 10am-12pm
We fulfill what our imagination directs us to do. Imagine moving so naturally and easily that you have an irresistible authority about you.
We have a natural ability to sense new connections and change how we move by forging new pathways in the brain's motor cortex.
We are alive through movement. Reducing tension and increasing spontaneity improves our relationship to ourselves and others.
We can live in a state of joy and responsiveness, with openness and choice instead of repetitive habits and compulsion.