11 05, 2023

What Kids Can Teach Us – By Alex Schaefer

2023-05-11T16:35:44-04:00May 11, 2023|News|

Greetings and pleasant movement to you, my name is Alex Schaefer, I am a physical therapist and Feldenkrais Practitioner. After 22 years working in orthopedics, neurology, sports medicine, and geriatrics in a variety of locations across the country, I have recently moved back home to Illinois to start my own [...]

11 05, 2023

What to expect when a Feldenkrais practitioner works with your neuro-diverse child – By Cyndi Manes

2023-05-11T16:18:42-04:00May 11, 2023|News|

If you are the parent of a neurodiverse child, you have probably researched ways to facilitate your child’s development. While working with practitioners within the traditional medical model, you have probably repeatedly heard what problems your child has and what all the deficits are. As Feldenkrais Practitioners, we can offer [...]

2 03, 2023

Coming Home: Trusting the Leg We Stand On – By Becci Parsons

2023-03-02T15:09:58-05:00March 2, 2023|News|

I’m a collaborator and life-long learner by nature. As a dancer I loved the process of solving movement and choreography problems as a group. Through good fortune, I’ve managed to bring that spirit to my practice as a Guild Certified Feldenkrais Teacher ® . I’ve learned that it sometimes takes [...]

12 01, 2023

Two Visions of ‘Vision’ – By Seth Dellinger

2023-01-12T16:20:51-05:00January 12, 2023|News|

Vision refers to that sense which involves the use of your eyes and helps you avoid bumping into things. The same word can also be used to refer to images you hold in mind to represent how you imagine the unfolding of future events. So what’s the relationship between your [...]

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