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M1: The Intelligence of Moving Bodies: How Somatic Learning Allows for Less is More


Carl Ginsburg, PhD (1977)
Carl Ginsburg, PhD (1977)


Jul 25, 2010

Conference 2010

2010 Conference Workshop

Open To: Public / Practitioners / Trainees


Cost: $115


Recently neuroscience has begun to catch up with Moshe Feldenkrais’ contention that developing kinesthetic and kinetic awareness stimulates our system to learn new patterns of action in life. Using Awareness Through Movement® lessons and discussion of systems biology we will explore how ‘less is more’ when evoking the plasticity available to ourselves for improving our lives. In their new book The Intelligence of Moving Bodies, Carl and Lucia explore space, time, perception, affect, coupling, and animation as keys to somatic methods. In this workshop these themes will be brought to life – within your own body.

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Presenter Bio(s)

Carl Ginsburg, PhD. (1977) intuited very early in his studies that Moshe Feldenkrais understood learning and the mind-body complex in more depth than any other teaching he had explored in his life. Carl has been writing about the Method since he began studying with Moshe, and today also directs professional training groups.

Lucia Schuette-Ginsburg (1990) graduated from Mia Segal’s second Feldenkrais® Training in Holland. She is a trainer. Lucia has worked in special education and is fascinated with the amazing capabilities of children, and adults, to learn in their natural environment. She offers trainings worldwide and practices in Frankfurt, Germany.

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Feldenkrais Guild® of North America
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