One of the biggest blindspots people have, is the relationship between muscular effort and skeletal support. Here’s a short demonstration to help you sort it out, and change your mindset when you move.Read More
...and maybe the simplest.
My talented colleagues Irene Gutteridge and Jenn Ström shot and edited this wonderful short film of baby Liv over the course of several months. What a joy to watch her grow and progress, as she learns to roll over, come up, and go!
Embedded in this short piece is an important message for all of us. Here is the precious time we all spent learning, looking, sensing, sorting out our relationship to the environment, getting more stable, and at the same time, more mobile.
The words that flash on the screen come from common instructions in Awareness Through Movement classes, because as adults we need the encouragement and the reminding.
Enjoy...and visit their film project about The Feldenkrais Method: The Next 25 Years
Pianists are engaged in a whole-body activity — "small muscle athletes" we've been called. But because our hands seem to do almost everything at the instrument, our attention often becomes limited to only what we see moving across the keyboard. In fact, most pianists develop a huge blind spot for how the whole body creates and sustains the freedom and power in their hands and arms.Read More