How do you move? And how does that make you feel?
Wouldn’t it be great if your body is the most fabulous place to live in! That you feel relaxed, graceful, and energized whatever you do. Discover new ways to move and support yourself with ease and freedom by tapping into your body’s potential. Find out how you move now and how you can move in the most pleasurable and comfortable way…
Years ago I read this inspiring quote below from the founding father of The Feldenkrais Method:
“If you know what you are doing, you can do what you want.” Moshe Feldenkrais
For me, this is the essence of feeling empowered, and free. And exactly for this reason, I signed up for the 4 year Feldenkrais teacher training in 2005. And what an inspiring journey this was. As a dancer a world of possibilities in expressing and moving opened up for me. And most valuable, I switched from a girl with eating disorders, social anxiety, and a poor self-image to a woman that felt more confident and at home in her body. I discovered what it means to move with grace and sensuality. And it has helped me to stay out of injury ever since.
Discover how to stand, sit, walk, run, turn, lift, and much more without causing tension, pain, or fatigue in your body. Feel what awareness of movement does to your body and brain and how it gives you more vitality, calmness, and balance in your everyday activities. Discover how you can be more user-friendly for your body.
Doing Feldenkrais Awareness Through Movement explorations regularly will help you find focus and center yourself firmly in both your body and mind. You will find that you function much better in your daily life challenges as your whole nervous system finally gets a chance to unwind from stress and overwhelm.
“Movement is life. Life is a process. Improve the quality of the process and you improve the quality of life itself.” Moshe Feldenkrais
How does it work?
By slowing down, reducing effort in moving, and pay attention to ease and pleasure in movement, we get the full attention of our Brain. This is the driving force behind all movement, thoughts, feelings, and action. It organizes itself through the input of movement. Through playful and creative movement explorations, we re-train the brain’s capacity for creating new connections and new possibilities. This is called neuroplasticity. You will find that changing the way you move will change physical, emotional, and mental habits that keep you from feeling free, mobile, and relaxed in your body.
“The only thing permanent about our behaviour patterns is our belief that they are so.” Moshe Feldenkrais
My Feldenkrais classes and private sessions empower you to become your own healer. By taking classes regularly, you will heal long-lasting stress, tension, anxiety, and fatigue through deep insight into what you do, and how you can do differently to ‘un-hurt’ yourself.
Do you want to move with more ease and freedom in all areas of your life?
The Feldenkrais method helps you big time if you:
- want to get rid of chronic physical and emotional stress, tension, and fatigue
- look for more vitality, resilience, and freedom of movement
- want to feel more flow and flexibility in your everyday life
- know that you have an inner world of possibilities but some thoughts and emotions keep getting in the way of acting accordingly
- want to empower yourself
What to expect?
A typical ‘ Awareness through Movement’ exploration is structured around everyday actions and focuses on specific themes. I will guide you with my voice through a series of carefully thought-out movements that will help you gain insight into how the body and mind co-operate together and how they can do so most efficiently.
I will use a combination of movement directions, visualizations, imagery and sensory suggestions to help you become aware of your movement patterns. Usually you move – lying on the floor, sometimes standing or sitting – at a gentle pace, in a way that feels pleasant and joyful to you, with your attention in your body and in the sensation of the movement.
These classes are suitable for everyone, regardless of age, experience or condition.