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Articles: Martial Arts

When to Consider Feldenkrais Lessons

Martial artists tend to reflect the general population in terms of when they seek out someone like a Feldenkrais®…   Continued...

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What Would Moshe Do?

“What would Moshe do?” In this month’s spotlight of those who trained directly with Moshe Feldenkrais, I spoke with…   Continued...

Author: Gabrielle Pullen, GCFP    |    Filed under: Introduction  Creativity  Enriching Daily Life  General Applications  Martial Arts  

The Feldenkrais Method with Yoga and Tai Chi

Yoga, a practice that was developed well over three thousand years ago and formally organized into a methodological discipline…   Continued...

Author: Josef DellaGrotte, Ph.D.    |    Filed under: Martial Arts  Yoga  

The Art of Learning

The martial arts could be described, as Webster does, “as any of the several arts of combat and self-defense…   Continued...

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T'ai Chi and the Feldenkrais Method

T’ai Chi and the Feldenkrais Method® both see natural human movement as involving the entire person in a smooth…   Continued...

Author: Ralph Strauch, Ph.D., G.C.F.P.    |    Filed under: Martial Arts  

Rolling With It

When Steven first came to see me, it was about his yoga practice. He explained to me that he…   Continued...

Author: Lavinia Plonka    |    Filed under: Martial Arts  

Moving From Your Center In All Directions

I love to introduce the Feldenkrais Method® into my teaching. My first Awareness Through Movement® classes were, in fact,…   Continued...

Author: Leslie Wilder, GCFP    |    Filed under: Martial Arts  

Martial Arts IS Integrated Movement

Jack Hoban is an executive in the health industry, holds a 10º Dan in Ninpo Taijutsu, and teaches this…   Continued...

Author: by Eric James    |    Filed under: Martial Arts  

Martial Arts

Martial artists from all combat disciplines have found that the slow, gentle movements of the Feldenkrais Method® help enhance…   Continued...

Filed under: Martial Arts  Sports  

In The Middle of Things - Halfway through Training

When I was young, my Irish grandfather told me “Son, when you leave a place make sure to look…   Continued...

Author: Terence McPartland    |    Filed under: Introduction  ATM Lessons  Functional Integration  General Applications  Martial Arts  Posture  

Fitness, Exercise, and the Feldenkrais Method®

Dr. Moshe Feldenkrais had strong opinions about exercise, and would surely condemn current conventional practices.
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Author: Steven Shafarman, GCFP    |    Filed under: Introduction  Enriching Daily Life  Flexibility  General Applications  Martial Arts  Sports  Walking  Yoga  

Dr. Feldenkrais and the Martial Arts

Moshe Feldenkrais was a master of Judo; his contributions were recognized throughout the world. He opened the first European…   Continued...

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Practitioner Spotlight with Jeff Haller: A New Definition of Strength

In this month’s spotlight of those who trained directly with Moshe Feldenkrais, I spoke with Practitioner and Trainer Jeff…   Continued...

Author: Gabrielle Pullen, GCFP    |    Filed under: Martial Arts  

Applying the Feldenkrais Method® in the Martial Arts

Today’s martial artists are concerned about what can they do to be more flexible, and injury free. As a…   Continued...

Author: Charlie Velez, GCFP    |    Filed under: ATM Lessons  Martial Arts  

Aikido, Karate, and the Feldenkrais Method

Awareness Through Movement®d working with the Feldenkrais Method®, I had an experience which brought home to me how valuable…   Continued...

Author: Paul Linden, Ph.D., G.C.F.P.    |    Filed under: Martial Arts  

Age, Aging, & Agency

In January while practicing Aikido, I suffered a lateral meniscus tear in the right knee. A few days later,…   Continued...

Author: Joshua Wyatt, GCFP    |    Filed under: Introduction  Chronic Pain  Enriching Daily Life  Flexibility  General Applications  Martial Arts  Recovery  

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