Choose from a free expanding library of Feldenkrais Awareness Through Movement® lessons, taught by David Zemach-Bersin during workshops and training programs. Each one offers an effective neuromuscular 'exercise' that can improve your body's neuromuscular organization by stimulating your brain's plasticity, and guiding it's learning process. Neurologically sophisticated but gentle and easy to do, these lessons combine movement with relaxed attention.
Nineteen easy-to-use Awareness Through Movement® lessons designed to improve your postural organization, with David Zemach-Bersin and Marek Wyszynski. The exercises in this program are effective tools for your self-care. Interacting with your nervous system on behalf of your body, they are designed to reduce back pain and facilitate the development of new postural habits which are protective, shock-absorbing, and improve your balance and ease of movement. Audio only.
Learn how to break free from old, limiting patterns, with Russell Delman. This program is especially potent because it harnesses the power of the Feldenkrais Method, meditation, and guided inquiry in such a way as to exponentially increase the effectiveness of each of the practices alone. Russell’s teachings provide a road map to help you access more of your potential.
Designed to activate your brain’s potential for visual repair and improvement, this workshop with David Webber offers Feldenkrais exercises that you can use to improve the comfort of your eyes and the quality of your vision. Seeing Clearly has a relaxing effect and can reduce your dependence on eyeglasses and lessen the symptoms of Computer Vision Syndrome. It also promotes a more comfortable jaw, head, neck, and shoulders, and reduces anxiety.
David Zemach-Bersin presents full Feldenkrais® lessons with expanded narration and analysis to help us understand Functional Integration® as both a methodology, and a creative art form. David shares the details of his sensory experience and thought process and explains the relevant functional, biological, neurological, anatomical, psychological, and strategic aspects of each lesson.
Four free posters for your private practice rooms or classes. For five years, the Feldenkrais Institute of New York used promotional designs by Kaethe Zemach-Bersin and Carrie Hawkins Charlton. Now, four 11x17 designs from this duo are available for download and printing. You may be familiar with one of the designs, but two of them are new and have not been seen before. We also have a poster created in celebration of Mark Reese's biography of Moshe Feldenkrais!
In this advanced training for Feldenkrais practitioners, Dennis Leri introduces and makes applicable the notion of a primitive. You will learn how movement primitives are found at all levels of action and are the basis for human movement. Primitives can be used to guide us in knowing how to organize our actions, our thinking, and our intentions. Their proper use can make Functional Integration lessons more meaningful and effective.
Ruthy Alon is featured in an exquisite video capturing a special advanced training which she taught in New York City in May 2019. For those who could not attend in person, it is now available to download or stream. Ruthy opens her personal notebooks to share intimate memories and material from the Tel-Aviv training. She transmits her approach to Functional Integration® with generosity and crystalline clarity.