This Feldenkrais for Life workshop focuses on AWARENESS, the very essence of the Feldenkrais Method®. Great for beginners to get an overview of the method as well as being exposed to several of the many exciting elements the method has to offer and the value to be gained by engaging in Awareness Through Movement® lessons.
In the following downloads you will find a wide variety of Feldenkrais Awareness Through Movement® (ATM) lessons guided by Diana Razumny, Guild Certified Feldenkrais Practitioner and Trainer. These are live recordings of workshops with a wealth of information about the method as well as the guided lessons.
Diana is a seasoned Awareness Through Movement teacher and has a lovely voice for guiding you on a sensual journey into yourself. With well-marked audio tracks, you can easily return to where you left off or go directly to lessons you love. By transferring the downloads to a portable device, you will have the convenience of taking your learning with you to another location or while traveling.
This workshop brings to the foreground one of the popular phrases used among Feldenkrais aficianados – USE OF SELF. Not only that, in addition, the concept of EFFECTIVE. Who doesn’t want to be effective?
Our pelvis is at our center. All martial artists know that the informed use of your pelvis is what makes everything else you do easier and more elegant. Accessing your hip joints and bringing them into your awareness and movement is essential in learning how to use your pelvis in support of power and ease.
The shoulder girdle is an elegant, complex and fragile design. It takes the brunt of a lot of our daily activities. Learning how to use your hands and arms with the support of your pelvis, spine and ribs is the only thing that can save you from the myriad of shoulder ailments experienced by so many in our modern environment.
This is a fun and exciting series as it puts together two workshops, each of which focuses on our most peripheral parts, hands and feet. In the Feldenkrais Method® we are constantly learning how to use the whole of ourselves in whatever we are doing. Much of the time we emphasize accessing the center. When we bring attention to the hands and feet we find out how all roads lead back to the middle.