Feldenkrais Classes Term 4
More Exploring your dynamic potential in balance
Balance is a dynamic process. We may feel that we are balanced one moment and then it is gone. It is a constantly changing state of potential energy. This term we will explore how we may be holding ourselves tense in an effort to be stable and find ways to be more flexible or mobile. As we learn to organise our movement more efficiently our dynamic balance improves.
Jenny D’Cruz is a Feldenkrais Practitioner and Physiotherapist.
Sens-ation-all Movements with Sue WARD: The Power of the Pelvis
Join me for ten weeks as we gently explore how the pelvis works for us every day helping our balance, stability and general movements.
Be amazed as you gain a greater understanding of how your pelvis functions as your “Power House”.
Sue Ward worked as a Clinical nurse for over twenty years in Oncology and Haematology before becoming a Feldenkrais Practitioner. As a busy mother of two, Sue believes that if you learn to slow down and pay attention to the way you move life becomes easier and more comfortable.
Wake Up! A Feldenkrais® -Inspired Sequence
A Feldenkrais Method® workshop with Feldenkrais Practitioners, Anna Yen and Julie Peck
Have you ever wanted to explore a sequence of Feldenkrais Method® Awareness Through Movement (ATM) lessons to help you ‘wake up’?
Feldenkrais Method® and theatre practitioner, Anna Yen, assisted by Julie Peck, Feldenkrais Trainer, will lead you through a sequence of dynamic Awareness Through Movement lessons which incorporate:
multiple ways to move from standing to sitting to lying on the floor, and back up to standing.
moving across the floor
flexion (folding movements), extension (arching movements), side bending and rotation (twisting and spiraling movements)
practising focus which is both inside and outside i.e. both awareness of how you are moving, and of the environment in which you are moving.
Sara’s weekly Feldenkrais Awareness Through Movement classes are on-going.
The themes of the classes are a response to the interests and questions of those in the class. Classes are open to new participants each term. (It is best to join in the first two weeks of the term). Tuesdays 7.30pm and Thursdays 11am. Current 4 week workshops on Saturdays with Sara are Pelvic Floor Basics and in November - Walk Your Own Walk Better.