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Feldenkrais


The Feldenkrais Method is a form of somatic education which uses the body as a primary vehicle for learning. It can benefit anyone who wants to reconnect with their natural abilities to move, think and feel.

Make the impossible possible,
the possible easy, and
the easy elegant...

Through the exploration of movement, we can improve our capabilities to function in our daily lives. These explorations are taught in two ways: Awareness Through Movement®, and Functional Integration®.

By performing gentle movements, you can learn new ways of organizing yourself for various activities. It combines concepts such as functional anatomy, human development, and philosophies of learning. It is a unique, movement-based mindfulness practice.



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This method was developed by Dr. Moshé Feldenkrais (1904–1984), an Israeli scientist who committed himself to helping people move their way out of pain and limitation. Through decades of trial and error as well as his own mastery of Judo and a study of other disciplines, he developed thousands of lessons which can help you to get a better sense of the quality of your actions.

"Movement is Life"
- Moshe Feldenkrais

Whether you're an athlete, an artist,
a desk jockey or retired from whatever you used to do, everyone can benefit from the Feldenkrais Method.

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"Our object is to discover what you really want."

~ Moshe Feldenkrais, PhD

 

 

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Whether you want to be more comfortable sitting at your computer, playing with your children and grandchildren, or performing a favorite pastime, these gentle lessons can improve your overall well being.

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