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  • Calling all Feldenkrais Trainees and Recent Grads

    • Friday, June 23, 2017
    • FGNA

    Are you in a Feldenkrais Training program, or have you recently graduated from one? If so, this Special Event was made for you. Let us first ask you a few questions: How are you navigating the transition from trainee to practitioner? What challenges do you face? Perhaps the need for practice to feel confidence, being able to talk about what you do in a way that builds interest and brings in students and clients? Do you wish there were a "How To" guide? Or perhaps a community that gives and receives support and resources.

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  • Call for Research Abstracts

    • Thursday, June 15, 2017
    • FGNA

    The Esther Thelen Research Committee  Research Poster Session August 23 to 27, 2017   Plan now to join us in Seattle, WA, for the 2017 Esther Thelen Research Poster session andFeldenkrais MethodĀ® Annual Conference, “Stepping Forward: Ready to Move.” The Esther Thelen Research Committee, under the auspices of the FeldenkraisĀ® Educational Foundation of North America, is sponsoring a Research Poster Session.

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  • Explore your Ability to Reduce Chronic Pain

    • Friday, June 9, 2017
    • FGNA

    Living with chronic pain can severly impinge your ability to enjoy life. When pain causes your world to get smaller and everyday chores begin to loom large before you, it can be easy to think that there is no way out. However, improvement is possible. Many people with chronic pain have discovered that the Feldenkrais Method helped them learn how to move with more grace, ease, and awareness--and the result was a decrease in pain! 

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