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Anais and Her Scoliosis

By Ilana Nevill
Ilana@feldenkraisnow.org
www.FeldenkraisNow.org

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My Eyes Uncover My Hands: A Pianist’s Journey

By Adam Cole
Adam@ACole.net
www.MyMusicFriend.net
www.FeldenkraisInfo.com

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On Plasticity and Paraplegia: Some Clinical Observations on the Ability to Recover from Severe Injury to the Spinal Cord

By Carl Ginsburg
CSGinsburg@hotmail.com

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Tools for the Integration of the Feldenkrais Method into Everyday Life: A Phobia Case Study

By Bulent Turan
BTuranb@gmail.com

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A Dancer’s New Lightness: A Feldenkrais Case Study

By Angelica Anke Feldmann
Angel@FeldmannMoves.com
www.FeldmannMoves.com
www.FeldenkraisAusbildungbern.com

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Willem: Moving Towards Independence with the Feldenkrais Method

Young boy born with Down Syndrome.

By Ingrid Weisfelt, Australian Feldenkrais Practitioner
www.feldenkrais.org.au/literature/category/articles

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Gustave

Two week-old boy. Will turn head to left only.
By Susan Charbonneau
Su.Charbonneau@videotron.ca

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Kathy

Torticollis for 20-years.
By Michael Purcell
MPPurcell@aol.com

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Jill

“When I first met Jill she was completely nonverbal and seemed totally unresponsive to people or objects. She did not walk on her own, play or do any independent movement…”
By Mark Reese

For more information, please contact:
Donna Ray
FeldSoCa@gmail.com
www.Feldenkraissoutherncalifornia.com

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My Widening World

Strabismus, a term describing a misalighment of the eyes, is often referred to as “lazy eye,” “squint,” or “wall-eye”–lovely terms, each one.
By Kim Cottrell
www.KimCottrell.com

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