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Jul 29, 2008
Conference 2008 Workshop
Open To: Public
The human body can produce incredible power from very little effort. According to Moshe Feldenkrais, “the sensation of effort is the subjective feeling of wasted movement.” This wasted energy, exerted routinely in daily life, becomes a continuous drain on vitality. How can we learn to move as one integrated unit from the moment of stillness to action, without separation within ourselves? Combining fundamentals from Aikido and self-defense with Awareness Through Movement lessons, we will explore how to find our center, move from intention into action, control ourselves and then effectively affect another, with effortless focused power.
Judy Remedios (1997) holds a second-degree Black Belt in Aikido, has more than thirty years of teaching experience in Tai Chi, Qigong, and meditation, is a musician and Feldenkrais practitioner. Her background includes sports, music, psychology and martial arts; bridging Eastern and Western philosophies and the study of Being (ontology).
FELDENKRAIS GUILD® of North America
University of Colorado
University Memorial Center
Boulder CO 80309