Regain, Maintain, Lifelong Agility

Regain, Maintain, Lifelong Agility


Full Weekend Seminar Friday evening through Sunday
15 CEs for LMTS

20% less when registering more than three weeks prior to seminar

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Work Smarter not Harder
(Fri eve-Sun, 15 CEs)

AGILITY means being able to move easily in any direction quickly and lightly. This requires good balance, a brain that senses whole body action, easy joints and an even give and take between flexors and extensors of all muscles working in synergistic patterns. [Read more]

This course is designed to offer practical clinical strategies for people with low back, spine, hip and knee difficulties in bending, standing and sitting. To create or regain ‘agility’, the focus is on how to rediscover a new ‘image of action’ as opposed to ‘fixing’ one part. Personal experience leads to improved ability to view tension as part of a muscular pattern held in the brain’s ‘map for movement’.

Embodied learning is through specific Feldenkrais’ Awareness through Movement® lessons, partner collaboration and lecture.Participants learn to sense, in detail, how each action is performed and how new variations in effort and path help create a possibility for a new image for that action.

  • View tension in muscles as part of a muscular pattern, in the Brain Map
  • Look and work indirectly to a problem area.
  • Use awareness and movement of bones to find space between joints
  • Find support and improved balance and thus functional ability.
  • Use TOUCH TO INFORM to support clients in developing long term health

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May 21-23 Live Webinar, June 25-27 St. Petersburg Live Seminar