The articles in this section were selected by David Zemach-Bersin, and the physical archive was developed by Jacqueline Rubinstein, GCFP. Each article is a valuable example of the variety of applications of the Feldenkrais Method. We would like to thank the different authors for their intelligence, creativity and generous permission to make their articles available.

The Reduction of Muscular Effort: A Key to Music Learning and Performance Efficiency

By David Bersin and Mark Reese

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My Eyes Uncover My Hands: A Pianist’s Journey

By Adam Cole
in The Feldenkrais Journal, Winter 2002

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The Feldenkrais Method: From Pain to Pleasure

By Glen L. Gordon
in Bass World: The Journal of the International Society of Bassists

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The Feldenkrais Method and Music

Linda Case speaks with Paul Rubin

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No Pain, Big Gain: Examining the Feldenkrais Method

By Rozanna Weinberger

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The Story of Hanoch’s Return to the Flute

A terrorist attack in 1978, and Israel’s premier flautist was paralyzed in the right hand, the median nerve almost severed, and then, a year later…
By Yochanan Rywerant

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Getting Noticed: The Image-conscious Australian Chamber Orchestra

By Anne Inglis
in The Strad

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Baltimore Flutist Emily Skala

By Susan Hayes

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Musician Celebrates Her “Survivor” Status

By Cara Feinberg

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Feldenkrais: Helping the Body Adjust to Problems

By Jack Kelly

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