"[The Feldenkrais] Method is interested in expanding and improving the limits of human capacity."
- Moshe Feldenkrais, Alexander Yanai Lesson 21, Contracting the Abdomen While Exhaling
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Author: Jerry Karzen
Media: MP3 Download, 12 Feldenkrais Lessons
Balancing the Sympathetic and the Parasympathetic Nervous System
Jerry designed these lessons to show you how you can practice simple and easy, full or partial body movements, which can lead to more mindful, restful or even thoughtless experiences. The course has applications for meditation practices and reclaiming calmness and self-regulation in stressful situations.
Listen to Jerry's Introduction:Buy Now! $90
In January of 2016, I decided to do all the Alexander Yannai lesson in sequence start to finish. There are 550 of these lessons that Moshe Feldenkrais taught in the 1950s through the 1970s. Moshe taught the classes at a studio on Alexander Yannai street in Israel. For some reason, nearly all of Moshe’s lessons are known by where they were taught. So these are known as the Alexander Yannai lessons or as identified by Feldenkrais Practitioners, the AY lessons.
The lessons range from easy to challenging. Some are simple, others complex, some are utterly confusing while others are mind-blowing. Continue reading...
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I join Tammy Lynn Davis and her co-host Decimus Varro on her radio show, “Out of Control” in Madrid, NM.
By the time we did the interview, I had given Tammy a few Functional Integration lessons. When the topic of self-image came up she invited me on her show.
Here are some of the ideas we discuss. What it the self-image? How do popular ideas about self-image compare to how Dr. Moshe Feldenkrais thought about self-image? How do we use the idea of the self-image in the Feldenkrais Method to realize our potential?