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The Pelvic Floor: Discovery and Integration with the Feldenkrais Method®
Open to: Practitioners / Trainees

Presenter(s)

Deborah J. Bowes, PT, DPT (1987) See all events

Date/Day/Time/Cost

Nov 09, 2012 – Nov 12, 2012
see description
$370 through Oct 12; $415 through Oct 26; $460 thereafter

Venue/Location

The Feldenkrais® Institute
134 W 26th Street
New York    NY  10001
USA
[Manhattan]

Event Type

Feldenkrais Method® Training

Contact Information

The Feldenkrais® Institute
212.727.1014
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http://www.feldenkraisinstitute.com/

Description:

Trainees must be in 3rd or 4th year

Times
Fri: 4:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Sat, Sun: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Mon: 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

This Feldenkrais® continuing education program will cover what you need to know to comfortably include pelvic floor function in Awareness Through Movement® and Functional IntegrationSM. You will apply principles of the method to discover how the pelvic floor is involved in action for both men and women. Your male and female clients with a history of back or pelvic pain, incontinence, hip replacements, childbearing, abdominal surgeries, prostate problems or surgery, as well as dancers, equestrians, and other performers, will benefit from this work.

Some of the benefits include improvement in:
-balance
-breathing
-bladder control
-emotional and sexual expression.

The teaching will include relevant functional anatomy, physiology and research evidence to lay the groundwork to creatively meet the needs of your students. Find out how to teach this material to groups. Practitioners can also enjoy personal benefit as well.

Deborah Bowes, PT, is a Feldenkrais® Trainer and has worked closely with David Zemach-Bersin for many years. She is known for her clarity and depth of clinical experience gained from over 25 years of teaching in private practice, schools, hospitals and clinics. Starting as a Physical Education teacher in 1973, she has always been intrigued by the relationship between learning, movement and self image. Deborah received her Physical Therapy degree from Columbia University in 1975 and became a Feldenkrais Practitioner in 1987. She is co-founder of the Feldenkrais Center for Movement Education in San Francisco where she maintains an active private practice teaching the Feldenkrais Method® to adults and children. Deborah has taught widely in Feldenkrais training programs since 1993, was Director of Somatics at the Delayed Recovery Center in the Occupational Health Clinic of Kaiser Permanente Medical Center in San Francisco.  She brings an avid interest in the neurosciences to her teaching, and lives with her family in San Francisco, California.

Please pre-register; mats and some tables provided.