Norman Doidge, M.D. wrote the New York Times Bestseller, The Brain That Changes Itself, and now his new book on Neuroplasticity, The Brain's Way of Healing has two chapters about The Feldenkrais Method®.
Anyone-- young or old, physically challenged or physically fit—those experiencing acute or chronic pain of the back, neck, shoulder, hip, legs or knee, as well as healthy individuals who wish to enhance their self image, creativity, and ability to perform an art or sport. Many advanced in age students enjoy using the class to retain or regain their ability to move with ease, reducing strain and discomfort.
No experience is necessary for the class and it is for all levels o
Lay on the floor so you can explore. Sit in a chair become more aware. Awareness Through Movement is the name of Dr. Moshe Feldenkrais’ most well-known book, explaining his Method as well as presenting twelve of the thousands of precisely structured movement explorations that are a part of the Feldenkrais Method. If you are a good self-studier, then it’ll be easy to follow the book, otherwise, taking a class in Awareness Through Movement would be another way to explore the me