What I Do {The Feldenkrais Method}

[av_three_fourth first] [av_image src=’http://c55.1b9.myftpupload.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/12/Feldenkrais-Method-Is-What-I-Do-3.jpg’ attachment=’15243′ align=’center’ animation=’no-animation’ link=” target=’no’] [av_textblock] The work I do is all about learning through movement—a perfect endeavor for mothers, munchkins, and movers everywhere!

From our very first meeting, I’ll work closely with you to find out what moves you and how our work together can support you. Whether you are preparing for pregnancy, moving into motherhood, parenting a child with special needs, or simply interested in learning how enhance your self-awareness—we will find a program that is right for you.

Although I have have training and experience in multiple mind-body modalities, all of the work that I do is done through the lens of the Feldenkrais Method and the art of learning how to learn.

So What Is The Feldenkrais Method?

Named after the body of work developed by Dr. Moshe Feldenkrais, the Feldenkrais Method is an innovative form of movement education. It’s based on a scientific understanding of the human brain’s capacity to adapt and reorganize itself in response to new experiences.

The Feldenkrais Method is taught through two modalities. Each supports and supplements the other.

Private Functional Integration lessons are one-on-one sessions where the practitioner utilizes gentle touch, precisely directed movements and awareness to enhance learning and improve the quality of movement.The lessons can address general well being or can be designed for a specific need—such as reducing tension or pain, improving flexibility and range of motion, preparing for childbirth, helping a special needs child thrive, or enhancing creative expression. LEARN MORE >>

In group Awareness Through Movement classes, the student is verbally guided through specific movement sequences as their attention is brought to their habits of moving and sensing and how the movements translate through the body. These movements can later be practiced at home so that students can take their learning and well-being into their own hands. LEARN MORE >>

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