FREE WEBINAR: Feldenkrais introduction 1
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Realizing movement potential
We realize that function preceded structure
thinking preceded mind,
the verb preceded the noun,
doing was experienced before the thing done.
– Mabel Todd –
Judo master, engineer, and somatic pioneer, Moshe Feldenkrais developed a methodology for recovering, improving, and optimizing coordination and skill. This profoundly effective approach is based on two premises:
- The human frame is built to move with ease, agility, and strength.
- The neuroplasticity of the motor cortex affords life-long learning.
This introductory webinar reveals how Feldenkrais developed his systemic approach to understanding optimal biomechanics and analyzing the unconscious habits that interfere with it. We will delineate how the method utilizes innate learning mechanisms to remove restrictions, decrease pain, and improve function. You will have the opportunity to experience an experiential movement lesson that puts these ideas into action.
Larry Goldfarb, CFT, MSME, Ph.D.
Feldenkrais teacher and trainer, movement scientist, and multimedia author, Larry Goldfarb, CFT, RSME, Ph.D., has been practicing Moshe’s method for 43 years, teaching it for 38, and training others for 28. Dr. Goldfarb has directed teacher training programs on three continents and taught in universities, hospitals, dance companies, music conservatories, orchestras, etc. in 15 countries. Engaging and intellectually rigorous, Larry is simultaneously a fun, straightforward, and collegial teacher who enjoys nothing more than building confidence and fostering competence. Realizing his commitment to demystifying the method and empowering others, Larry has been mapping the domain of realizing human abilities and sharing these models via postgraduate programs online and in person.
Larry maintains a practice in Santa Cruz, California, where he also teaches group classes and provides professional supervision.