I love the weight-shift lessons, but I didn't used to as my back was so stiff I tried to muscle through. Mostly I just fell over in a heap or got stuck. Over time I realized that it's only by softening first that we get stronger.Read More
A client asked me the other day if Feldenkrais helped with stress and anxiety. I responded with a resounding “Yes!” In fact, it's what I care most about in the method. So this week I'll talk about chronic, unconscious tension because it's closest to my heart.Read More
Feeling what’s good for you starts with micro-choices. These five short experiments distinguish between comfort and contraction, ease and effort.
These are all done walking, standing, or sitting. You can touch upon them throughout your day.Read More
Highly sensitive people, or HSPs, are those who have a strong response to stimuli, such as sound, light, space, touch, and temperature. It’s a physiological response rather than a personality type.Read More
Full, dynamic living is linked to our ability to experience and learn on our own.Read More
A good place to start: My brief overview of how to approach this Method.Read More
Core muscles are no use if they’re all mixed up.Read More
Five quick things to do right now at your desk to unwind tension in your upper back.Read More
The ability to rewire your brain can fundamentally change your life.Read More
Dr. Moshe Feldenkrais, 1904-1984, physicist, engineer, Judo master, teacherRead More
"The harder we try with the conscious will to do something, the less we shall succeed."Read More
Ten points on what it means to learn.
“I do not intend to teach you, but to enable you to learn.” -- Dr. Moshe Feldenkrais
Track your sensations to change your nervous system.Read More
What if this could be the year you made peace with your body?Read More
Easy ways to activate the parasympathetic system when you’re on the go.Read More
by Mark Reese, PhD
A clear and precise explanation of the technical aspects of the Method.