I teach approaches to breathing from many different angles: I am a Feldenkrais teacher, so breathing in a free and fluid manner is a core “Energise Your Breathing & Discover Your Potent Self”
The free movement of your pelvis is vital to the ease and fluidity of your walk, and once your pelvis is fully involved, walking will “Walking–Your Pelvis Oscillates In 3 Dimensions”
*Originally published on my first website in 2012, to follow up Sciatica, Fibromyalgia, and the Purpose Of Pain You finish a piece of writing and instantly find you have more to say. I thought I “More About The Purpose Of Pain…”
Firstly, I am so glad I can be of some help to you when you are dealing with such unpleasant symptoms. Many of my own “Letter to a client with auto-immune health issues”
Feldenkrais can change your life. Some people “get it” straight away, and those people often go on to become my colleagues. Others come along to “Making life a little better one day at a time…”
Self-Hypnosis, also known as Autogenic Training, has been around for a long time. I first came across it back in the Eighties, in a book “Feldenkrais-enhanced Self-Hypnosis: a De-Stressing Taster…”
Learning to heal yourself is a long game. Even normal healing of simple wounds involves some training; a toddler falls and grazes her knee, mum “Learning To Heal Ourselves”
Feldenkrais is a process of self-development that uses focussed, intelligent, primal movement sequences to reawaken those parts of our selves that have become disconnected, armoured, and blocked from our self-awareness.
These Awareness Through Movement sequences are designed to improve our ability to integrate all the separate parts of our selves into a fully active, fully engaged, vibrant and ever-evolving living being.
“Feldenkrais is the most sophisticated and effective method I have seen for the prevention and reversal of deterioration of function. We’re condemning millions of people “Functional Integration–Reverse The Ageing Process”
“In poor posture the muscles are doing a part of the job of the bones.” Moshe Feldenkrais: Awareness Through Movement, 1980 Correct “Posture” versus Dynamic “Dynamic Stability & Hypermobility Syndrome”