For Black Friday 2019, we dug back into the vault of workshops that I’ve taught and recorded over the years to come up with two gems that had, up until now, only been available on a very limited basis.
Back in August 2012, the Australian Feldenkrais® Guild sponsored two sold out public workshops in Sydney over the course of a weekend. Each one was an introduction to the method and what it has to offer. The workshops built on classic Awareness Through Movement® lessons, expanding on them and demonstrating how Moshe’s method addresses contemporary concerns and interests.
Movement acquired by daily repetition becomes automatic. This is a blessing, freeing the mind. It’s also a curse because it becomes frustratingly difficult to change once your “autopilot” is in charge.
This mini-workshop brings your motion into mind so you uncover effortless strength, unearth new movement options, reconnect to your power center, and discover delight in your capacity to learn.
- Talk: Introducing workshop themes
- COORDINATING FLEXORS AND EXTENSORS
- Talk: Self-image, habits, and movements
- THE SPHINX – DRAWING A CIRCLE ON THE WINDOW
- Interactive Lab: Exploring shoulder blade movement with a partner
- THE SPHINX – DRAWING A CIRCLE ON THE WINDOW continued
All too often, the ways you learn to move result in disconnecting your arms and legs from the power of your center. In this mini-workshop, you’ll uncover newfound flexibility and coordination by experiencing first-hand your body’s design for effortless, effective action.
- Talk: Introducing workshop themes and meeting each other
- OPENING THE ARM TO THE SIDE
- OPENING THE ARM TO THE OTHER SIDE
- Discussion: Questions and answers
- ROCKING AND REACHING
In honor of Black Friday sales worldwide, we are making both of these eproducts — and all of the other digital products we have on offer — available for 20% off the regular price through midnight California time on Monday, 2 December.
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