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This Feldenkrais® Awareness Through Movement® workshop will offer a gentle and pleasant way for you to return to your natural state of self-connection, grounding, and nervous system regulation. By engaging with your habits of movement in supportive and exploratory ways, this workshop will help you to discover more comfortable and efficient ways of moving and being. Safe and slow, yet challenging in surprising and satisfying ways, the material in this workshop is tailored to the needs and interests of the participants. Wear comfortable clothes for movement, and bring a journal to write/draw in. Mats are provided. The title of this workshop comes from a poem by John O’Donahue.

Eve Boltax is a Guild Certified Feldenkrais Practitioner® and musician based in Jamaica Plain, MA and Montpelier, VT. She has an active Feldenkrais® practice and enjoys working with a wide variety of people in individual Functional Integration® lessons and group Awareness Through Movement® classes. Her work has been described as magical, bold, insightful, calming, and steadfast. Eve graduated from the Boston Feldenkrais Training Program in 2020 under the direction of Aliza Stewart and Tiffany Sankary. Learn more: www.feldenkraisjamaicaplain.com

“Eve is a sensitive, intuitive, creative, articulate Feldenkrais practitioner – I highly recommend!” – Ana Harmon, Gaga Movement teacher

“I started doing Feldenkrais not knowing what to expect and I’ve been very pleased to find a space where we are always taught to think about ‘doing less’ in a world where we are constantly told and feel the need to do more. As someone who suffers from chronic pain, I found it very helpful to find a time to focus on my body in ways that are not about pushing it.” -N.M.

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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