Try the Free Introductory Lesson
Good neuromuscular organization of our neck and shoulders is important to our physical and emotional well-being. The muscles of our neck and shoulders are intricately linked to our stress response, making us vulnerable to developing damaging habits of tension in our neck and shoulders. Over time, these habits tend to interfere with both our comfort and mobility. Without us noticing, the muscles attached to our neck and shoulders become chronically contracted, shortening and compressing our neck, and over time, leading to pain, constricted breathing, anxiety, jaw pain, back pain, and headaches.
This unique program with David Zemach-Bersin will provide you with the tools you need to interrupt habit patterns involving unnecessary tension and contraction in your neck and shoulders. You will learn innovative ways to reduce pain and anxiety, and improve your posture, breathing and well-being.
"Liberate Your Neck & Shoulders has helped my freestyle swimming. I can now breathe and swim for eight or ten meters without stopping, which I'd never been able to do in forty years!"
- Eight Awareness Through Movement® lessons
- Six Q&A sessions
- Four short exercises
- Lifetime access to recordings
- Option to download recordings
Note: This program does not show people modeling alternate movement options, nor does it show people doing the lesson.
- Organizing from Your Center
- Finding Homeostasis
- Restoring Full Mobility
- Expanding Your Reach
- Connecting Your Neck and Lower Back
- Softening Your Neck
- Rediscovering Ease, Lying on Your Stomach
David Zemach-Bersin graduated from the first Feldenkrais training held in the U.S. He is a warm, experienced teacher, recognized for his high level of expertise and forty-five years of dedication to the Feldenkrais Method. David has maintained a private practice since 1977. He currently directs Feldenkrais Access, and has been creating programs and teaching classes and workshops online for both Feldenkrais Practitioners and the public since 2020. He lives in Bucks County, Pennsylvania.