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Practitioners Q&A 1, Part 2

Saturday, 26 April 2014 by

Hello again Dalit and everybody, Once again, thank you for your questions!   I’ve been teaching on and off for 15 years andIn the past 2-3 years I make- up my own ATM’s and it’s based on what feels right to me, movements I enjoy doing myself. Luckily people enjoy the lessons and I get positive

Comfort Zone: Part 3

Saturday, 26 April 2014 by

Learning at the Edge In Part 2 of this series, I talked about how important it is to stay within the comfort, or actually, the learning zone. As a reminder, I define the comfort zone as that place in which the most learning can occur. If there is too little challenge or interest, then very

Practitioners Q&A 1, Part 1

Friday, 18 April 2014 by

For the very first instalment of this new blog activity, I’m starting with questions from Dalit, from Israel. Hello Dalit, and thank you for your questions! Because your questions are very important to many practitioners, I’ll answer them separately. There is much to say and it would also very interesting to have a conversation with

Awareness is Power

Monday, 14 April 2014 by

You’ve probably heard the saying, “Knowledge is Power.” Awareness is a form of knowledge that can make you stronger, more powerful and even faster.  What, awareness can do that?  Don’t you just need more and harder training to improve?   Whenever you move, be it to get from one place to another, to exercise, to

or  Finding a Context for Resonance The other day, I was privileged to have been part of a wonderful context for deep and meaningful learning. Susan (named changed), who is also a Feldenkrais Practitioner and voice teacher, came to me for a lesson. She had experienced some exciting insights in her singing after having prepared

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