Easter Break: March 27 & 28.
Classes resume April 3rd
Feldenkrais is not just pushing muscles around, but changing things in the brain itself.
— Karl Pribram, M.D., Neuroscientist, Stanford Univ, Winner of the Havel Prize in Neuroscience
‘Use movement to train your brain, use your brain to improve how you move’
Moving matters – in particular how you move matters. Your movement is a reflection of your history, health, education, self education and self image.
But movement means more than exercise, posture or everyday action. Your ability to take the action you intend is dependant upon what you attend to and what eludes you. And when we stop learning, our habits can take over. While your movement may be limited in many ways for many reasons, there is no end to improvement of the movement that is available to you.
Awareness is the key component to change, and the more you can train yourself to effectively utilize what you notice, the more available ongoing change will be. Thanks to the capacity of our brain and nervous systems for change, anyone can learn to replace unhealthy movement habits with pleasurable, skillful, intentional movement.
Learn to explore your potential, move beyond pain and discover new possibilities for moving and living.
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