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   The Five Rings ‘Formula’- A Movement Improvement Multiplier Method
                                  ways to increase our wellness-fitness potential

Insights from neuro-physiology, physics, biology, elephants, exercise-sports and the present moment
​​with Josef DellaGrotte, Ph.D., CFP-trainer, founder of  CoreMovement Integration, Inc.

 ​Friday, January 20, 2023, at 2pm Pacific *45 Min

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ATM© and FI© expanded and viewed through neuro-based body movement pathways of: 

Functional movement patterns as they relate to gravity;

Myofascial movement with hands-on tissue tracking;

Synchronized breathing with directional hands-on movement;

Sensory-emotive feeling states as they shift from neuro-dissonance into neuro-somatic ‘resonance’ (the flow-zone); and

Somatic equanimity for our optimum psycho-biological state (aka polyvagal theory).

*The brain and central nervous system are now known to map and program new learning much quicker when movement awareness, hands-on sensory feedback, and feeling states are simultaneously connected. 

The key is in the kind of lesson/exercises that connect directly to both the ‘necessary’ and ‘desired’ movements of one’s life. 

The program’s purpose is to retrain and improve the brain-body connection so we move efficiently, safely and confidently. Only then are we able to ‘do what we want’ and access ‘somatic equanimity.’ 

Information: The Program/Course is called ‘Masterful Moves’, a post training primarily for practitioners (not excluding selected qualified students & clients with personal learning and appropriate preparation), conducted by Josef DellaGrotte, in conjunction with CMITI,LLC/trainers.

 

Contact: Josef DellaGrotte, Ph.D., CFP-trainer, founder of CoreMovement Integration

Email: [email protected]

Website: www.dellagrotte-somatic.com
www.coremovementintegration.com

Josef DellaGrotte, PhD, CFP-physio, is one of the foremost experts on improving both functional-neuromyofascial movement and psychophysical related disorders. His training experience includes physical therapy, Rolf Structural Integration, yoga and t’ai chi- chi kung. From 1973-1981  DellaGrotte trained with scientist Dr. Moshe Feldenkrais, becoming one of the first certified Feldenkrais practitioners and trainers in the USA.

He is well known for his exceptional manual skills and ability to ‘read’ psychophysical patterns of behavior. Using the body’s six Core Movement Pathways as a base, he has shown, guided and taught clients, students and trainees to reactivate dynamic core stability, balance and alignment; improve functional activities of life; reduce mobility limitations, restore natural movement patterns and; learn how to access ‘polyvagal’ equilibrium.

His published works include Instructions From Within, 2007, and Awaken Movement-The Key to Life, 2016.

[Josef DellaGrotte, PhD, CFP-physio, Feldenkrais trainer, is one of the foremost experts on improving both functional-neuromyofascial movement and psychophysical related disorders. His training experience includes physical therapy, Rolf Structural Integration, yoga and t’ai chi- chi kung. From 1973-1981  DellaGrotte trained with scientist Dr. Moshe Feldenkrais, becoming one of the first certified Feldenkrais practitioners and trainers in the USA.

He is well known for his exceptional manual skills and ability to ‘read’ psychophysical patterns of behavior. Using the body’s six Core Movement Pathways as a base, he has shown, guided and taught clients, students and trainees to reactivate dynamic core stability, balance and alignment; improve functional activities of life; reduce mobility limitations, restore natural movement patterns and; learn how to access ‘polyvagal’ equilibrium.

 

Disclaimer: Those attending this event, workshop or course, who have not received certification or authorization from FGNA are not eligible to claim, in writing or otherwise, that they teach the Feldenkrais Method and must not refer to services they provide using the words “Feldenkrais, “Feldenkrais Method”, “Awareness Through Movement” or “Functional Integration”
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