My New Year’s note from 2009: What if this could be the year you made peace with your body?Read More
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Each of these will take five minutes of your time.
I've written much over the years about my own experience. I've asked other people to write this month's article by commenting on why they do Feldenkrais.Read More
Willpower never works for maintaining self-control.Read More
People often come into my office saying, "I'm weak, my muscles aren't firing, I need to strengthen my core, my glutes, my shoulder, my back..."Read More
In school it is what we learn that's important. The quicker we can produce information, the smarter we appear.Read More
Who doesn't struggle with an achy back? No matter how you struggle or what you do, try this:
First of all, tight hips do not exist by themselves. The experience of contracted hip flexors is a relationship between many functions, most notably the hips, low back, and belly. Here are some options to help alleviate this experienceRead More
Moshe Feldenkrais never taught anyone how to move. He taught how to forget.Read More
One of the major ways we construct feelings of anxiety is by pulling ourselves up and away from the ground. A sense of physical support from the ground is basic to any sense of emotional security and well being.Read More
Many people come to me with sciatica. One of the causes of sciatica is the lack of movement in the hip joint and an excess of compression in the lumbar spine, which sends the lovely shooting pain down the leg.
An intellectual understanding of mechanics does not improve movement.Read More
Side-bend, extension, and flexion are fundamental to all human movement. Follow these instructions to prevent stiffness and tension.Read More
People usually come to me with a chronic movement limitation, physical complaint, or a seemingly immutable experience of stress and tension after they have tried everything else and feel desperate and in need of hope.Read More