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Discover Feldenkrais

Liberate Your Neck & Shoulders.

Tuesday Feb 02


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Understand how your shoulder moves, so you’ll know how to let go of the habitual muscle tension that gets lodged in your neck and shoulders. The somatic approach is slow and gentle .You’ll learn ways to restore shoulder movement and create coordination and strength to reach, push and pull, the three main actions of the shoulder and arm.


Another article about Feldenkrais was published in the NY Times.

I hope it will inspire you to intentionally slow down, to sense, feel, imagine, play, look outside and feel inside---

‘Slowing Down to Feel’: Moving Our Minds Around Our Bodies

Some highlights from the article: Bruce Lee talked about emptying the mind in order to become formless and shapeless like water, which “can flow or it can crash,” he said. “Be water, my friend.”. Lee’s guidance rings true: We need to be water. And we need to move. It heals. ... Somatic practice — named for “soma” or the living body — is a way to connect the mind and body that encourages internal attentiveness.

“We’re talking about allowing the living body to inform behavior,” Martha Eddy, an esteemed somatic movement therapist, said. “But then how do you do that? It’s by using your proprioception” — the ability to feel the body in space — “and your kinesthetic awareness.” ... In a time when it seems we have little control, having agency over our bodies — and our internal world — is a kind of power. By engaging in a somatic experience, you come to realize that these practices are not just about creating flexible bodies, but flexible minds. Read more...

Dr. Schleip is one of the leading experts in fascia research, in this webinar he shared some of the more exciting recent findings in fascia research.

In this session, Dr. Schleip explores 3 key topics that are emerging from fascia research.

  • Is fascia a system of systems? Why is this finding revolutionizing our understanding of the body?

  • Why do some researchers now believe that fascia could be a root cause of disease? What does the latest research says about the link between fascial restrictions and cancer, chronic pain, heart disease - and numerous other issues?

  • How does fascia research redefine our vision of health and healing? Is there an untapped healing potential that we may have access to, which is just now being revealed by fascia research?

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