I think about how we move all the time . ..
often at the expense of folding laundry or some other thing that needs doing.
My experience as a Feldenkrais teacher has immersed me in the journey of paying attention, first to myself (our first order of learning in a Feldenkrais training) and now to my students. The positive effects of learning to attend to one’s own physical state – of breathing, of muscular effort (why use a lot, when a little is all you need?) – can be felt throughout your entire self.
As Dr. Feldenkrais famously said, and it seems so simple . . “Improve the Nervous System and you improve the whole person”. Stay tuned to find out more . . .