Tag Archives | Feldenkrais

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Winter classes

I’m enjoying being back at home after travelling. Winter is here, and at the moment that means rain. Its lovely after such a dry summer to see, feel and smell the rain. My garden is loving the generous amount of water the sky is giving it. It also means that Winter classes will start soon. […]

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Low’s Peak Climbed

I received this photo recently from a client. I really enjoyed working with Bill. He was thoughtful and interested in learning how to improve his walking and climbing. He actively applied what we worked on between sessions. These characteristics allowed him to achieve his goal. Congratulations Bill and thank you for including me in your […]

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Gentle relief from pain

The Age published an article on Feldenkrais called The gain from gentle relief of pain on November 13, 2005 Written by Angela Cuming Danielle Wiessner suffered so much back and hip pain when she sat at her desk she almost quit her job. The sound designer and music producer had lived with the pain for […]

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Second opinion on Feldenkrais

I’ve just come across a brief article called What is Feldenkrais? on the website for the ABC show Second Opinion. It is a summary of the episode shown on 20 May 2005 and includes a story about someone who is living with a scoliosis.

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Feldenkrais and whiplash

Thank you Claire, for sending your story today. I still remember our first session and how little we were able to do. And now to look back and see that each of the small steps have accumulated to allow greater comfort and improved ability for you to live each day independently – this is why […]

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Working with Golf Injuries

Recently I was invited to speak to the ladies at the Mosman Park Golf Club open day. I have worked with a few of the members who have had a variety of injuries, including: back pain neck pain shoulder pain knee pain I spoke about one keen golfer who had knee pain on and off […]

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Feldenkrais: common misspellings

Like Pilates and Alexander, the Feldenkrais Method is named after the man who developed it, Moshe Feldenkrais. And it is understandable that it is commonly misspelt. Here are the misspellings I have seen: Feldenkreis Feldenkreist Feldenkris Feldenkrist Feldenchrist Feldoncraise Fendelkrais Feldenkrias It can help to remember that Fel-den-krais rhymes with rice. It is definitely not […]

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Resignation from Body Logic

Today is my last day working at Body Logic Physiotherapy. It is with regret that I resigned two weeks ago, and I also feel excited about the next chapter in my work life. I have enjoyed over three years at Body Logic. It has been filled with more learning than I could have anticipated, both […]

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Life is like music

A musician client gave me a card yesterday with this quote: “Life is like music for its own sake. We are living in an eternal now, and when we listen to music we are not listening to the past, we are not listening to the future, we are listening to an expanded present.” Alan Watts […]

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Autumn term courses

Autumn term starts on Monday 20 April 2009 I am offering 5 options this term with varying start dates: Feldenkrais FUNdamentals Strong and Supple: Shoulders Strong and Supple: Resistance Your body IS Your instrument Violin/Viola – Arm support Cello – Supported sitting More details.

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