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Bodily expressions

Bodily expressions by Moshe Feldenkrais “Our self-image is a body-image, which not only determines what we think of ourselves but also what we do and how we do it.” “The mental and physical components of any action are two different aspects of the same function.” Read more of this article by Moshe Feldenkrais Bodily expressions

Neuroplasticity & Feldenkrais

Neuroplasticity and the Feldenkrais Method® By Eileen Bach-y-Rita “Your brain loves to learn. In fact it thrives on acquiring new skills such as playing a musical instrument, learning a new dance or a new language. Your brain also thrives when engaged in an inner awareness activity, like meditation or a Feldenkrais awareness through movement® lesson.”…

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‘The only thing that is permanent about our behaviour patterns is our belief that they are so’ Moshe Feldenkrais

Frank Wildman & Change your age – Perth

Frank Wildman is coming to Perth in November 2013 to teach “Change your age”. Frank was the Educational Director of my Feldenkrais training program & has not been to Perth for over 12 years. I highly recommend attending Frank’s public workshop “Change your age”, presented by the The Feldenkrais Guild of Western Australia. More details:…

Life is a process

“Movement is life. Life is a process. Improve the quality of the process and you improve the quality of life itself.” Moshe Feldenkrais DSc

Understanding persistent pain

Persistent or chronic pain can be reduced by understanding the factors involved and how each contributes to your pain. The factors include: Physical Lifestyle Cognitive Neural Structural Nutrition Your pain may be due to a combination of these factors. Can you identify the things that drive your pain? And rank them according to how much…

Minimum effort & maximum efficiency

“The aim is a body that is organised to move with minimum effort and maximum efficiency, not through muscular strength but increased consciousness of how it works.” Moshe Feldenkrais DSc

the ATM book translated with Understanding While Doing Doing to Understand It is written by Moshe Feldenkrais and published in 1967, it is the Hebrew origin of Awareness Through Movement. Glad if you can give some thoughts of interpretation, especially for the first part, part A, which is only theoretic.

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Neural engineering

The cutting edge of prosthetics From All in the mind with Natasha Mitchell on ABC Radio National 29 July 2011 Imagine if thoughts could move matter? US Army Sergeant Glen Lehman lost his arm at the end of his tour of duty in Iraq – now he’s trialling a limb he controls with his mind…