Today is the 105th consecutive day I have posted here. I might not post tomorrow. Here’s why – and what it might mean to you.
Adding more effort to what your doing might solve problems in the short-term. Long term change happens when you change your patterns of action.
Recalibrating our efforts for greater efficiency sometimes means letting go, but sometimes it means working harder – which isn’t a bad thing!
If you are a yogi, practicing Feldenkrais Method doesn’t have to replace your favorite movement practice. But just a taste can clarify the movement principles that make any activity easier.
Daily practice can prepare your for the unknown. Do something consistently and you build a skill. It’s useful to think about what that skill should be and how you balance your energies.
We know we want to breathe better, have better balance and more flexibility – but do we want to take up more space? Sometimes. What served us in childhood might not serve us now.
The human body contains an infinite tapestry of possibilities. That’s why any Awareness Through Movement lesson can be reimagined over and over as we continuously refine ourselves.
¡DC Movement Research! is a open-ended and playful group of movement explorers dedicated to researching how to embody a more creative life. We practice Tuesday afternoons if you want to come!
Good biological self-organization combines the qualities of emotional and biomechanical uprightness to create “levity in gravity.” Video lesson and Talking Heads song in this post!
Sometimes the way forward involves admitting you are wrong. The problem is: we don’t like to do that! That’s why it pays to wait for the voice in your head that speaks with a compassionate tone. Then listen.