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.
Feldenkrais teachers often about “doing less.” But that seemingly simple idea represents a pathway into the infinite if you really follow it to its logical conclusion. My own experience in this magical realm of exploration.
An example of how the strategies of the Feldenkrais Method can be applied outside the realm of movement. How I investigated my habits in order to refresh the patterns of my life-long relationship to music.