Scroll down to pay in a different currency.
Advanced Functional Integration Explained: A program for those who seek to understand Functional Integration as a methodology and a creative art form.
Functional Integration is an improvisatory art form with the potential to transform human organization and restore lost function. We are excited to introduce Volume Two of David Zemach-Bersin's Feldenkrais Method in Action, a series of filmed and narrated Functional Integration lessons.
"It's a pleasure to have this opportunity to share the most intimate, complex, and 'in the moment' information about how I work in Functional Integration. By adding narration to my FI videos, I can go into greater detail about my work than ever before. I can bring you along as I follow hunches and doubts until critical pieces of information emerge. I can also share relevant functional, biological, neurological, anatomical, psychological, and strategic aspects, as each lesson unfold."--DZB
The lessons in this series are not demonstrations designed to teach specific techniques. Each lesson is complete and generated specifically for the individual on the table, filmed during workshops, advanced trainings, and training programs.
David owes the depth of his understanding to ten years of study with Dr. Moshe Feldenkrais, and forty years in private practice.
"No one understands Functional Integration better than David Zemach-Bersin. David has incredible mastery of both the creative spirit and technique of Functional Integration"
~Mark Reese, Ph.D. Feldenkrais Trainer and Author of Moshe Feldenkrais, A Life in Movement.
The Feldenkrais Method in Action, Volume Two includes:
- Lesson 1. Joining to Address Back Pain
- Lesson 2. Using Instability to Organize Action
- Lesson 3. A Engaging the Motor Cortex
- Lesson 4. Expanding from Zero
- Bonus Track
Total viewing time: three hours and forty minutes.
Prefer to pay in a different currency?
Go here to pay in AUD.
Go here to pay in CAD.
Go here to pay in euros.
Upon purchase, this product can be streamed online and/or downloaded to your personal computer.