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Does the Sensitive Hand Need the Articulate Mind?

Andrew Dawson speaks at TedMed Conference 2012, Kennedy Center, Washington, D.C. Andrew Dawson explains how the Feldenkrais Method leads to self-awareness in movement and in life, which he demonstrates through a simple but effective hand exercise that you can try at home. Andrew Dawson is a theatre director, performer, Feldenkrais practitioner, and hand model. He studied dance with Merce Cunningham …

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Moshe Feldenkrais Speaks at CERN

Dr. Moshe Feldenkrais speaks about his method and the theory behind it. CERN, 1981.

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Esther Thelen on Infant Development and the Dynamic Systems Approach

In 1998, Feldenkrais® Trainer Roger Russell interviewed developmental psychologist Esther Thelen during a visit to Amsterdam. This excerpt offers insights into the value of Esther’s infant development research to practitioners in many fields, and her perspective on what she hoped to achieve through her career. This interview occurred a few years after the release of the textbook she wrote with …

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Dr. Michael Merzenich, PhD on Neuroscience, Learning, and the Feldenkrais Method

Dr. Merzenich, Professor Emeritus at the University of San Francisco, and co-founder and Chief Scientific Officer at Posit Science, is the 2012 Keynote Speaker at the Feldenkrais Method Conference. Published by the Feldenkrais Guild of North America

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Sheryl Field Speaks About Moshe Feldenkrais’ Classic Lecture: “To Correct is Incorrect”

By Irene Lyon We will be documenting Moshe Feldenkrais legacy by posing questions about various foundations, principles and key lectures that have greatly formed how practitioners work with clients. Our focus will be to interview those that attended his main trainings in Israel and the United States, as well as those who are actively pursuing and practicing his work. This …

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Cerebral Palsy: Working with Childhood Motor Disorders

By Irene Lyon Sheryl talks about the primary foundational elements from which she practices when working with a child whose legs are spastic and poorly differentiated as a result of cerebral palsy. What would be the way in which any child would have learned that their legs were theirs? What would be the baseline of recognizing ones own legs as …

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Rolling – Feldenkrais with Baby Liv

By Irene Lyon It is these first beginnings that form the initial pieces that someone would learn while doing a Feldenkrais Awareness Through Movement Lesson. Finding the floor under you, finding the support the environment gives you such that you can move, repetition that is driven by curiosity and exploration such that action can begin to be effortless and more …

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Crawling – Feldenkrais with Baby Liv

By Irene Lyon This is a montage of a little baby named Liv doing what babies do during their first year of life.

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Involve Your Entire Being

By International Feldenkrais Federation

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On Learning, Compulsion, and Choice

By International Feldenkrais Federation

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