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🌟 In 2018, Erin Geesaman Rabke wrote a widely read and translated article, Why Do Feldenkrais®? exploring many fresh ideas about why this work is important personally and even culturally.
This fall Erin will explore these 20 potent themes in a series of enlivening 30 minute Feldenkrais® lessons.
The first 4 lessons in the series are free. Everyone is welcome.
🌟 FOUR FREE 30 minute Online Feldenkrais lessons:
1. Age Gracefully – Aug 22 (replay available)
2. Befriend Yourself – Sept 12
3. Discover the Gifts Inside Pain – Oct 27
4. Embody Sustainability – Nov 1
HERE ARE THE OTHERS COMING LATER:
5. Cultivate Less Effort & More Pleasure
6. Decolonize Your Bodymind
7. Feel More
8. Update Your Habits
9. Learn to Slow Down
10. Become Authentically Intelligent
11. Improve Your Brain’s Map of Your Body
12. Grow Your Attentional Flexibility
13. Be Mindful and Spontaneous
14. Become Yourself
15. Do What You Want
16. Learn to Trust Something Other than Your Thinking Mind
17. Practice Systems Thinking
18. End the Culture of Domination
19. Embody Ancestral Healing
20. Nurture Reverent Curiosity
CLASSES ARE 1pm ET (ease coast US)
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There are so many invisible rules we follow, often unbeknownst to us.
This was one of Moshe Feldenkrais’s stated aims of the Feldenkrais Method®, and one that is so dear to my heart as a teacher and student. There are so many invisible rules we follow, often unbeknownst to us.
Whether it’s an instruction your father gave you in childhood about sitting up straight, or someone scolding you about holding your knees together as an expression of modesty, or a yoga teacher’s advice to pull your shoulders in a certain way they thought was “right” once upon a time – often we are walking around carrying loads of conscious or unconscious instructions about how to be in a human body.
I believe in liberating us from these.
The practice of Feldenkrais Awareness Through Movement® offers a profound invitation into a radically new and non-objectified relationship with your own body-mind. It’s not only good for you, but good for the world at large.
🌿WHO IS THIS FOR?
~For people new to Feldenkrais who want an experiential understanding of the potential breadth and depth of this approach.
~For experienced students of Feldenkrais, including professional Feldenkrais teachers, who are curious about fresh ways to understand the profound impacts of this method.
~For anyone who is curious about embodied learning, mindfulness, sustainability, movement, and liberation.
“Improvement of specific movements in the process of learning becomes merely a bonus, the real gain being that your life takes on a new, positive direction. This means that with the passing of each day and each year you are able to perform every act in an increasingly better way – more efficiently, more wisely, more precisely, and economically – provided that you have not relinquished your determination to seek these qualities.” – Ruthy Alon
Erin Geesaman Rabke is a Somatic Naturalist & Embodiment Mentor, professionally trained as a Guild Certified Feldenkrais® Practitioner, an Embodied Life® Teacher, a Work That Reconnects Facilitator, and a Community Grief Tender. Over the past 25+ years, she’s been trained in many somatics lineages as well as in the Tibetan Buddhist traditions of Dzogchen and Lojong. Along with her husband, Carl, she hosts the Embodiment Matters Podcast as well as offers many courses, workshops, and retreats.
Erin and Carl live in Salt Lake City, Utah, with their 13-year-old son and many wily animals. She is a lover of poetry, a beekeeper, a permaculture gardener, a coffee devotee, and a home herbalist. She is currently working on her first of several books. Learn more about Erin’s work/ play at: www.embodimentmatters.com
🌿These classes are hosted by Movement & Creativity Library – Learn more and sign up for a 7 day free trial here: https://www.movementandcreativity.com/library/
🌿SIGN UP FOR 4 FREE WHY FELDENKRAIS CLASSES HERE: https://www.movementandcreativity.com/whyfeldenkrais