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21 07, 2022

The Happenings Behind the Movement:  Action Perception, Corollary Discharge, and Afference Copy as Proposed Mechanisms for Effectiveness in The Feldenkrais Method® 

2022-09-02T12:30:57-04:00July 21, 2022|2022 Conference|

Tim Sobie, PT, Ph.D., GCFP CM The Feldenkrais Method® & Embracing the Present (...well kinda...)  Published in In Touch Magazine, July 2022 “So this Feldenkrais stuff...it’s just about movement isn’t it?...”  As a practitioner in our method, I’m certain you’ve heard something to this effect while in discussion with prospective clients, [...]

1 06, 2022

If It’s a Martial Art, Why is it So Slow?! – Exploring the Similarities Between Feldenkrais Method Teachings and Taiji Quan

2022-06-01T21:35:56-04:00June 1, 2022|News|

By Joe Webster, GCFP CM   Many people are confused by the slow and tranquil practice of Taiji Quan (Tai Chi) thinking that just because the sequences are practised slowly that there is no way that could translate into an actual fighting situation, let alone be a useful and effective way [...]

5 05, 2022

An Excerpt from: “Child Space,” a book by Chava Shelhav

2022-05-05T13:57:08-04:00May 5, 2022|Babies & Children, Walking|

An Integrated Approach to Infant Development Based on the Feldenkrais Method By Chava Shelhav, PhD with Orly Gat and Tomer Hollander Published by North Atlantic Books, Berkeley, California All Right Reserved Excerpt courtesy of Somatic Resources and North Atlantic Books. Available from FeldenkraisResources.com, Better Bookstores and Amazon.com First Steps: As Walking [...]

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