Why the concept of grounding is misleading. Here’s a fresh (yet very ancient) way to look at it.

One of my amazing mentors of The Feldenkrais Method, Jeff Haller, taught me many years ago what the concept of grounding actually means – from a martial arts perspective – and I’d love to share it with you.

First of all, most people say to themselves, “I need to get grounded”, or movement instructors might instruct, […]

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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 […]

Feldenkrais Teachings and Being a Ninja: Can you see the difference – Hands forward or backwards?

(This post will be one of many to come that will fit into the “All Things Feldenkrais: The Amherst Diaries” feature which you see on the right side of the page. Here you will find writings, ideas, practical application, video, audio and ‘all things Feldenkrais’. Moshe Feldenkrais’ theories and principles I use when working with […]