“The body reflects the attitudes of the mind. Improve the function of the body and you improve the state of the mind.” Dr. Feldenkrais

What is Feldenkrais Awareness through Movement?

Awareness Through Movement (ATM) exercises or ‘lessons’ are easy to do, of benefit to everyone, and the results can be immediate and profound.

The Feldenkrais Method – an integration of biology, neuroscience and psychology – is a unique approach to human learning and change, acclaimed for its ability to access the innate neuroplasticity of the brain to improve many areas of human functioning.

With Awareness Through Movement you can:

  • Improve your co-ordination, posture and flexibility.
  • Restore lost function.
  • Eliminate aches and pains, and move more easily.
  • Find relief from stress, and the tools for psychological growth.
  • Reduce unnecessary muscular effort.
  • Gain renewed physical vitality, health and emotional well-being.
  • Learn to recover more quickly from injuries and how to avoid them.
  • Refine artistic and athletic performance and prevent performance related injuries.
  • Attain greater ease and pleasure in all your physical activities.
  • Improve the fitness and agility of your brain at any age.
  • For more information; http://www.feldenkrais.com

 

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3 Responses to “The Feldenkrais Method; Awareness Through Movement”


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  2. 3 Bkpassi September 29, 2013 at 11:54 am

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