Movement Intelligence Mindful Eating Training

In by Anna Haltrecht

Mindful Eating is a way to cultivate a healthful relationship with food by learning strategies to retrieve the basic sense that knows what best supports life, what to eat and when to stop. The process of mindfulness is about “waking up”, being in the present moment and creating awareness of internal and environmental cues that trigger eating. Once you are …

ATM CLASS WEDS @ 7 pm / Upper West Side/ New Session

In by Jill Van Note

Ongoing WED night ATM class taught by Jill Van Note at the Feldenkrais Learning Center, 2121 Broadway/Suite 404 conveniently located on the UWS of Manhattan, 74th and Bway.   1,2,3, A, C, E subway stops all within a few blocks.   New session begins WED Sept 11th, 2019.   7 class series/125 or drop-in @ 25 per space permitting.  Kindly email Jill:  [email protected]

The Roots of Resilience – ATM Series

In by Daniel Rindler

As much as we might wish for it, we don’t get centered and just stay that way! Join me for a 6 week exploration into getting centered as a practice, not an end-goal, and learn to refine your balancing and counter-balancing around a continually moving center. Centering is a module of Roots of Resilience: my ongoing ATM series which explores …

Awareness Through Movement® Weekly Classes

In by Kachina Abeita

The Dallas Yoga Center is now offering Feldenkrais® Awareness Through Movement Weekly classes as an addition to it’s Somatic Yoga and Movement Education Program. Each month, Kachina Abeita, a Feldenkrais Guild Certified Practitioner® since 1987, will select a theme and guide you into a deep inquiry. Open to the Public. Members and Non-Members welcomed. No prior experience required.

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Flexion, Foundation, and Feet

In Awareness Through Movement Lessons, News, Recordings by Ira Feinstein

This recorded Awareness Through Movement® lesson begins with a three-minute talk about what the Feldenkrais Method® is (and isn’t) and how with the Method, our movements are always in service of awareness–even when they resemble traditional exercise. Why build awareness? Because our awareness is what regulates how we behave. Try this lesson now. Nick Strauss-Klein (a 2006 New York FPTP graduate) is the Director of Twin Cities Feldenkrais® …