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2011 Conference Events Practitioners/Trainees

MT1: Art of Falling and Dynamic Stability - Synergy of Judo and the Feldenkrais Method®


Moti Nativ


Jul 10, 2011 – Jul 11, 2011

Conference 2011

2011 Conference Workshop

Open To: Public / Practitioners / Trainees


Cost: see rates


In Higher Judo (written in 1948), Moshe presented judo concepts and highly praised the art of falling as well as dynamic stability among the most important features of judo training. This workshop will expose the practical influence of Moshe’s judo on the Feldenkrais Method®. Using ATM lessons from Amherst and Alexander Yanai, we’ll experience those features as complementary actions, in the aspects of self-preservation and efficiency of action. This workshop is suitable for everyone – no need for previous martial arts experience. I believe that everyone will broaden their knowledge about the Feldenkrais Method® and will acquire new ideas and tools useable for teaching.

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Presenter Bio(s)

Moti Nativ (1994) is a Feldenkrais® Practitioner and Martial Artist. He is the leader of the Bujinkan Shiki (Awareness) Dojo, is a master teacher for Budotaijutsu (Ninjutsu) and is also proficient in Judo and Krav Maga. He has researched the roots of Martial Arts in the Feldenkrais Method and teaches throughout the world about the synergy of Martial Arts and the Feldenkrais Method.

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