Part two of this post. About my own journey with the Feldenkrais Method to finding more comfort in my own skin. From depression and social isolation to finding my voice and teaching publicly, drawing on my own experiences.
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.
Children move differently than adults not just because their bodies are different, but because of the difference in their mindset. The Feldenkrais Method takes a deliberately child-like approach to learning. Here’s why.
Parkour is a joyful movement practice that, despite it’s totally different appearance, is kindred in spirit to the Feldenkrais Method because of its emphasis on play. And that transforms the way the world looks.