5 06, 2020

Remembering David Webber

2020-06-05T10:45:40-04:00June 5, 2020|Featured, News, Vision|

(Adapted from article originally published on feldenkraisguild.com) David Webber, a literal "visionary" in the Feldenkrais® community, died on April 16, 2018. David became internationally known in the last decade of his life for his Seeing Clearly work, in which he integrated the Feldenkrais Method® with Buddhist practices, the Bates Method, and [...]

5 06, 2020

On Human Dignity

2020-06-05T12:06:47-04:00June 5, 2020|Featured, News, Uncategorized|

The Feldenkrais Method® of somatic education teaches its values of awareness, self-development through learning, and the fulfillment of human potential. As we reflect on current events, the effects of systemic racism and the myriad ways in which people of color are deprived of their lives, livelihoods, and opportunities, we must [...]

7 05, 2020

5 Things I Learned from the Feldenkrais Method about Boredom and Endurance

2020-05-08T12:36:20-04:00May 7, 2020|Art of Living, Featured, News|

by MaryBeth Smith, GCFPArticle originally appeared on the SomaQuest blog During the pandemic, many Feldenkrais® students have continued to attend classes online. My students tell me they value the opportunity to maintain some consistency in their routines, and to have the variety of another activity to break up the time [...]

5 04, 2020

Find Classes Online During COVID-19 Outbreak

2020-04-05T16:27:00-04:00April 5, 2020|Featured, News|

Join Feldenkrais® students across North America for online learning. Now you can take a class from any location at the time that is most convenient for you.  Simply go to this calendar of classes and teachers, created by Rob Black, GCFP in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Enjoy exploring the vast variety of classes [...]

5 03, 2020

Elegance: A Result of Ease, Not Just Skill

2021-07-20T18:10:44-04:00March 5, 2020|Athletes, Featured, News|

by Gabrielle Pullen, MFA, GCFP Photo by Daphne on Unsplash A partnership based on control and intimidation is no partnership at all. It is an abuse of authority. The horse-and-rider relationship at its best looks light, free and effortless. This stems from the communication that flows between them. The perfect [...]

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