3 11, 2021

Happiness and Wellbeing

2021-11-03T21:26:42-04:00November 3, 2021|Art of Living, Habits|

By Amona Buechler, GCFP CM “Owing to the close proximity to the motor cortex of the brain structures dealing with thought and feeling, and the tendency of processes in the brain tissue to diffuse and spread to neighboring tissues, a drastic change in the motor cortex will have parallel effects on [...]

3 11, 2021

Tongue Tied

2021-11-04T20:44:27-04:00November 3, 2021|News|

By Seth Dellinger, GCFP CM Do you remember the last time you had something to say, but then changed your mind and held your tongue? A lot of people won’t have to think too far back. These days our world is awash with competing moral codes being loudly pronounced all about. [...]

28 10, 2021

Learning Anatomy: An Interview with Julie Peck

2021-10-28T13:51:39-04:00October 28, 2021|News|

Published as part of "In Touch" October 2021. Why is anatomy knowledge so important for Feldenkrais® Practitioners? Well, the first question would be how we define anatomy, and then, why it may be useful for us as Feldenkrais Practitioners.  The reason this is interesting to me is that I was [...]

12 10, 2021

Illuminating Yoga

2021-10-12T14:29:31-04:00October 12, 2021|Art of Living|

by: Rebecca Roman GCFP, ABM, E-RYT 500 Thursday, October 13, 2016   It seems to be that more than ever, people are looking beyond traditional medicine, sports, performance arts, and exercise routines for alternative paths to well-being. With more research in the sciences of consciousness, movement, and neuroplasticity, we are [...]

7 10, 2021

What Are You Shouldering?

2021-10-07T10:14:57-04:00October 7, 2021|News|

By Lavinia Plonka, GCFP   For thousands of years, humans have slung sheaves of wheat, yoked water buckets, hauled axes and strapped their babies across their shoulders. The shoulder girdle was designed to work. Putting your shoulder to the wheel was once a literal activity. Even today, we carry our [...]

2 09, 2021

Embracing Confusion

2021-09-02T17:36:53-04:00September 2, 2021|News|

By Erin Finkelstein, GCFP After a recent class, one of my students exclaimed, “I was so confused during this lesson!” My response was, “I completely understand, and that’s a beautiful place to start.” I remember feeling confused as a student during my early Awareness Through Movement (ATM®) experiences, and yet [...]

2 09, 2021

On Falling

2021-09-15T18:08:32-04:00September 2, 2021|News|

By Moti Nativ Japanese saying:  "Saru-mo-ki-kara-ochiru" – meaning that even a Monkey falls from a Tree This well known Japanese saying expresses the reality that everyone makes Mistakes. My experiences falling have taught me that falling is an outcome of the inevitable mistakes we all make. Since 1975, when I started [...]

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