Support your lungs: Create space in your rib cage
In this series of Feldenkrais lessons I help you to relax and create space in your ribcage. Let’s find ways to give your lungs all possible support to breathe freely and with ease in these uncertain and chaotic times.
About this series
This is Lesson n°5 of the series Support your lungs: Create space in your rib cage.
Time: 16:30 CET English version | 19:30 hrs CET Dutch version.
In these lessons, you will explore how your sensations, thoughts, and feelings affect the physical organization of your breathing and the way you carry and support yourself.
I will verbally guide you through a series of carefully designed movement variations that are built around everyday actions and give you a deep insight into how your body wants and can move.
By observing and feeling yourself from within, you will learn how all the cells in your bones, joints, muscles, fascia, organs, and skin work together and give your nervous system information about your relationship with your environment, your (un)conscious thoughts and emotions and your inner knowing. On the basis of this information, the nervous system makes a plan of action.
We can see every situation we enter as unique or have a fixed way of dealing with all situations in the same way. In the latter case, we create a habit and the nervous system responds with a fixed pattern of action.
Understanding and becoming aware of unconscious habits are the entrance to changing these deep patterns where they lock us down, create tension, fear or pain. These lessons help you to create more possibilities in moving, supporting and carrying yourself, thinking and dealing with yourself in this uncertain period. Our breathing is a clear entrance to this.
This series is online using Zoom. A link will be provided to you after signing up. No need to install any software. A modern web-browser will do.
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