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šŸŒŸ The Feldenkrais MethodĀ® is a practical approach to feel more connected to your whole self, to the integration of your mind, body and the environment around you.

šŸŒŸ REGISTER FOR FREE INTRO CLASS WEDNESDAY MARCH 30: https://movement-and-creativity.ck.page/851886d8f1

This six-week series is designed to give you a rich experience of the principles and movements that are foundational for Feldenkrais Awareness Through MovementĀ® lessons.

The Feldenkrais Method is a creative systematic approach to engage with your sensory experience to become more aware of what you do, how your do it and your possibilities.

The Method relies on exploring novel movement sequences with ease and within your own comfort range. The originator of the method, Moshe Feldenkrais, called these sequences ā€˜easy-to-do health exercisesā€™ or Awareness Through Movement lessons. There are a few thousand lessons with unlimited variations, so it can feel overwhelming for a beginner to know where to start.

Anybody can do these lessons, with any level of ability or fitness

šŸŒŸ Dates and times: April 6 – May 11 / Tuesdays 1-2:15pm EST

If you canā€™t make the exact time you can participate via recordings

Series includes:
~ 6 Weekly Feldenkrais Awareness Through Movement classes with Deborah Bowes
~ Access to the video replays of classes
~ Audio downloads of all the talks and lessons
~ Time for a Q & A after each lesson & in the weeks between the lessons.
~ 2 months of access to Movement & Creativity Library: a multimedia library of 300+ Feldenkrais Awareness Through Movement lessons and resources to help you reduce pain and awaken creativity. You can explore lessons in the library between classes and for 2 weeks afterwards.

$250 regular
$200 early-bird by April 2
$120 Movement & Creativity Library members or students by March 31
Learn More and Register: https://www.movementandcreativity.com/feldenkrais…
About Deborah Bowes:

Deborah Bowes is a FeldenkraisĀ® Teacher and Trainer. She initially trained as a physical therapist at Columbia University in New York and later earned a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Shenandoah University in Virginia. She holds a B.S. in Biology and Physical Education from Rhode Island College.

As a Guild Certified Trainer of the Feldenkrais MethodĀ® since 2000, she has taught widely in the United States, Canada, Germany, Sweden, Australia and Colombia for 14 different training organizations and in over 32 training programs. Her other related in-depth studies and practices include Tai Chi Chuan, Qigong, yoga, sensory awareness, meditation, and dance.
Deborah co-founded the San Francisco FeldenkraisĀ® Center for Movement and Awareness in 1988, and for the past 30 years, has provided Feldenkrais lessons, classes, and workshops to adults and children. She has made many presentations and trainings to professional organizations, university programs, hospitals, and other professional groups. She is an adjunct faculty member at Saybrook University, teaching Movement Modalities and Wellness. Her doctoral research demonstrated the benefit of her original Feldenkrais Method program, Pelvic Health and Awareness for men and women, for improving pelvic floor health.

What people are saying about Deborah:

“Deborahā€™s gentle, intuitive and knowledgeable approach helped me trust and relax into her direct approach. I loved how reassuring, supportive and confident she was in her work and in our abilities.ā€

“Deborah is one of my all-time favorite teachers. She embodies a delicate balance between being totally on top of her knowledge and also intuitively tuned into the needs of the present moment. She is warm and accessible. I would study with her over and over!”

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