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Archive October 2016

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Catching up and Moving Ahead: Feldenkrais Research Journal Revived!

We are delighted to let you know that the IFF’s Feldenkrais Research Journal is being published again. Four volumes were published between 2004 and 2008, and now we have Volume 5 up online.

Volume 5 includes news and original research articles, and a number of articles on hypothesis and theory, in including articles on the idea of ‘body memory’, the Feldenkrais Method and health, a variety of articles on the Feldenkrais Method and arts practice, along with a review of Feldenkrais’s Doing and Thinking. The last eight years of research and scholarship are covered in an
Editorialwhich includes links to much of the growing Feldenkrais research literature that is available online.

Illuminating Yoga

It seems to be that more than ever, people are looking beyond traditional medicine, sports, performance arts, and exercise routines for alternative paths to well-being. With more research in the sciences of consciousness, movement, and neuroplasticity, we are seeing a shift in the old health paradigm. Yoga and the Feldenkrais Method both offer to facilitate this shift on an individual and cultural basis. Together and individually, they offer flexibility, strength, stress reduction, enhanced posture, refined focus, healing, and recovery.
 

Save the Dates!

Join us in Seattle, WA for the 2017 Feldenkrais® Conference from July 26-30!

 

Walking and talking...

Walking the talk. Practicing what you preach. I had a chance to do just that over the weekend. I am here to tell you that the Feldenkrais Method makes a difference when the unexpected happens.
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