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Freedom of the Head II: The Spine is Nimble and the Pelvis and Head are Free
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Nov 02, 2014
Sunday —11:30AM-5:00PM
$85 with pre-registration; $95 at the door, on a space-available basis


FRTI, Berkeley
830 Bancroft Way, Ste. 112
Berkeley    CA  94710
[West Berkeley (East Bay/SF)]

Event Type

Feldenkrais Method® Workshop

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FRTI Berkeley
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To Register:
Cost/Fee: $85 with preregistration and $95 at the door, on a space-available basis.             

We accept, Visa, MasterCard or checks.                                                                           
Course payment by check may be sent to Feldenkrais Resources Training Institute, 830 Bancroft Way, #112, Berkeley, CA 94710.

Register: To register email us at: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or call 510-540-7600.

Online registration is not available. Please email or call. Thank you.

Refunds will only be given (less a $20 administrative fee) if cancellation occurs more than 2 weeks prior to the workshop. To receive a brochure about the workshops, please contact us at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Event Description:     
In this workshop we will explore co-ordinations involving the full range of movement possible for the head and neck.  In order for the head to really be free the spine needs to be nimble and the pelvis needs to be ready to move in any direction with clarity and ease. Once the spine, pelvis and head are well co-ordinated in time and space many aspects of our functioning improve:  balance, spatial awareness, the ability to generate power in movement without effort, and our breathing.

Arlyn Zones, M.A., (Theatre Arts), began studying the Feldenkrais Method® in 1977 and graduated from Dr. Feldenkrais’ last training program in 1983. She has taught in schools, clinics, and hospitals and has led seminars for physical and occupational therapists and performing artists. Arlyn lives in San Francisco where she has maintained, for 25 years, a private practice, working with performing artists, children, infants, and adults with severe motor difficulties.