Why it’s super important to practice getting down.

If some higher God-like source were to tell me I could only teach one movement lesson for the rest of my life it would be this:
Teaching people how to move from standing on two feet to lying on the ground completely flat on their backs and then to take it back up to standing.
Of course […]

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What I predict is the next big thing…from industry to diversity (of movement that is).

 

Are you someone who doesn’t want to spend multiple hours a week going to various fitness and group classes to improve your flexibility, strength, balance and self-awareness?

This was me 12 years ago.

I was rehabbing a nasty knee injury and was spending close to 2 hours everyday doing various muscle specific exercises, stretches, using crazy balancing […]

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The number one thing you need to know about finding good posture

Us in the Western world have been bull-dozed by postural ideals, and sadly, the status quo for good posture can actually do us more harm than good.

We are constantly trying to satisfy an aesthetic norm (e.g., tummy in, chin high, shoulders back etc.), or even our mothers cry of, “For God-sake child, don’t slouch and […]

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The principles of movement that saved my movement. On magic, voo-doo, witchcraft and simply noticing what is invisible, yet all around and in us.

Several people said, “It’s magic!”
I read the above orange letters in a colleagues newsletter a day or so ago.

The magic that is being talked about is what people said after they experienced some good old Feldenkrais-Love.

I get similar comments from my class participants. I’ve been called a witch. That what I do is voo-doo.

Well it […]

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Re-Routing My Wiring: Back to Whole-Self Neuroplasticity (and not having to pay for parking…)

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I’ve been away in Seattle for a few days, doing a few Feldenkrais sessions with my main Feldy mentor Jeff Haller.

This last weekend’s few lessons were good for a few reasons:

I’ve been hurting (physically: shoulders-neck-jaw-hip-ouchies!) from a fall […]

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I’m “Smitten-With” David Zambrano. Imagine replacing normal PE class with this kind of movement?

Every now and then, I come across a person that I get a smitten with.
Their writing, ideas, art, creativity and basically their guts to do what they love, go for it, and never look back. I’ve met a lot of these people and am blessed to have them in my many circles of friends, colleagues, […]

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