This question is an important one, and frequently asked:
Q: Sometimes, I want to do a Feldenkrais® lesson but don't have time to do a full-length one. Can I abbreviate a lesson, or do something shorter?
A: Yes, absolutely!
First, in most of my online series, I have provided a set of short exercises to help those attending my classes to develop and maintain the positive benefits. These short 'quickies' are intended to play a supportive role, and can be used casually, anytime.
Second, feel free to abbreviate a full-length lesson, after you have thoroughly experienced and 'learned' it. If you find a particular lesson to be helpful, I recommend that you do the full-length version again, two or three times. You will have a new experience and notice new things, each time you do it. Then, you can adapt it to fit your time constraints.
There are several ways to do this. Perhaps you can do each movement fewer times, or do only the first half of the lesson. Or, you can focus on the movements that you feel are particularly beneficial. Whatever you do, pay attention to doing the movements slowly. Make them small and easy, and pause between each one. Exhale as you do the movements. You also might enjoy doing favorite parts of the lesson in your imagination only; believe it or not, this can be extremely helpful!