“Fiddler’s Arms” is one of the Awareness Through Movement lessons that demonstrates the creative genius of Moshe Feldenkrais – and helps you get more in touch with your own as well.
There is no such thing as being balanced all the time. Center isn’t really a place you can live. But you can get to know imbalance better, in all its varieties, cultivating sensitivity in the process.
Do you ever give yourself a night to break the rules? Now, why might that be a good thing? Thinking about last night gave me a few ideas on this subject.
The warmth of your hand can be used to shift your entire experience of moving through the world.
Perfectionism is one of the best ways to stunt your growth. But there is a better way…
Movement is a powerful tool for learning and growth. You can move to stretch or strengthen, but there is another way: you can move to get to know yourself better – it’s a path to infinite potential.
I help people who feel stuck to get moving again so they can bring their creativity back. Here’s how I do that.
Feldenkrais practice doesn’t just grease your joints. It opens up the creative channels, allowing new expression to flow outwards.
Slowing down makes it possible to notice what you usually miss – and make choices you usually never have the opportunity to make.
5 steps I just went through to get myself unstuck. It’s already bearing fruit.