About a painful thing in my childhood that they told me was “good for me”. The echoes still show up today in my thinking and in my right arm. Part one of the story of how I’m unraveling this old trauma.
Once we have reached the basic level of competence that we can take from our training, how do we evolve as movement teachers to engage our students to learn something more than just “better movement”? Why I teach “Deep Listening” is my answer to this question.
Over 100 people joined a dozen practitioners to experience Awareness Through Movement classes and Functional Integration sessions at the 3rd DC Feldenkrais Festival. It was a truly transformative experience.
Experiences at the 2014 Conference of the Feldenkrais Guild of North America. What I learned about myself in the company of my colleagues, in particular about the primal power and importance of eye contact.