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Do Your Knees Have a Future?

More than 600,000 knee replacements are performed each year in the United States. With an aging population staying in the workforce longer and obesity on the rise, demand for total knee replacement surgery is expected to exceed 3 million by the year 2030.
— American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons

This 1-day workshop will introduce you to the Feldenkrais principles that have helped thousands of people understand how to move with less pain and a safer self-image.  You'll learn how to both see and sense your knees more clearly than ever before. And you'll learn how to put these skills into your upright life on a daily basis.  

Andrew’s teaching (in a workshop on the Knees in October of 2012) helped me find the best organization of my legs I’ve ever experienced, both on the ground and on the pedals of my bike the next day.
— John Link, Feldenkrais Practitioner & avid cyclist

This Feldenkrais workshop is for people who want to develop an intelligent routine for taking care of their knees.  Participants will:

  1. Craft a daily, personal practice that rebuilds and improves the function of the knees in sitting, standing, walking and climbing stairs.
  2. Understand the principles that govern healthy knee function in the whole-body context of weight bearing and movement. 
  3. See how the knee provides both stability and flexibility for your upright movement. 
  4. Learn the safest and soundest techniques for improving your perception, your physical function and your quality of life. 

Earlier Event: January 9
Introduction to "The Support Seminar"