Anatomy of a Workshop

Anatomy of a Workshop

Anatomy of a Workshop

Media: 15 DVDs in a binder with a data CD which includes workshop manuals and ATM® transcripts
Code: gol1
Price: $375.00
  • Product Description

    "Teaching is not about imparting information; it's about making learning irresistible."
    -Larry Goldfarb

    Become the Awareness Through Movement® teacher you've always dreamed of being. The complete DVD program of Larry Goldfarb's pragmatic and useful Anatomy of a Workshop demystifies the structures and strategies of effective, memorable Awareness Through Movement lessons.

    Through clear concise talks, Awareness Through Movement lessons, insightful discussion and exercises for self-learning, this advanced training reveals the secrets of preparing, promoting and presenting a successful workshop.

    Larry also presents and reveals the inner workings of his On Your Feet public workshop. This is an excellent opportunity to develop and improve your own teaching and workshop development skills.

    This DVD set is packed with what you need to:

    • Understand how Awareness Through Movement lessons work and why
    • Learn the language that invites curiosity and participation
    • Engage even your most challenging students
    • Promote easy, successful transfer of learning
    • Enjoy discovering and refining your personal teaching style

    Join with one or more practitioners in a study group using Anatomy of a Workshop as a part of your self-directed study to gain Continuing Education Credits toward your Feldenkrais Practitioner Certification.

    • Table of Contents

      16 DVDs, 1 CD
      • Discs 1-5

        Disc 1
        • Intro and Overview
        • Student Introductions
        • Lab 1: Create a Workshop Plan
        • Meaningful Actions
        • A Safe Learning Environment
        • Movement Gestalt
        • What a Lesson is "FOR"
        • "Mechanisms"
        • Local Relationships
        Disc 2
        • Ways of Thinking About a Lesson
        • Distinctions That Make a Difference
        • Targeted Classes Attract Interest
        • "FOR", "ABOUT" and "ADDRESSES"
        • What Holds a Lesson Together
        • Transfer of Learning
        • ATM®
        Disc 3
        • ATM Continued
        • Discussion
        • Notating ATMs
        • Reference Movement Answers
        • So What?
        • People Learn Differently
        • Value of Review
        • "Remembering" vs "Recreating" a Lesson
        • Structural Elements of a Lesson
        • What a Lesson is "ABOUT"
        • SCHEMA and SCENARIO
        Disc 4
        • 4 Clues to What a Lesson is About
        • Types of Constraints
        • Homework
        • Changing Constraints Changes the Lesson
        • Working with Habits
        • What Stood Out From Day 1?
        Disc 5
        • "Of" and "In"
        • 3 Types of Muscle Contractions
        • Deconstructing a Flexion Lesson
        • Being a Passenger
        • Our Habits Differentiate Us
        • Reference Movement
        • LAB 2 - Hands-On Review
        • Creating a Kinesthetic Picture
        • ATM - Tripod of the Foot
        • Intro ATM
      • Discs 6-10

        Disc 6
        • ATM Continued
        • Lesson Overview
        • What Holds a Lesson Together
        • Movement is Multidimensional Sequence
        Disc 7
        • Sequence
        • Transmission of Force
        • Configuration
        • Skeletal Support
        • Resources for Learning
        • Initiation
        • Foundation
        • Flow
        • Effort
        • Respiration
        Disc 8
        • "SPIFFER"
        • LAB: What a Lesson is "ABOUT"
        • What We Don’t Talk About
        • Primary vs Ancillary Movement
        • Length and Distribution
        • Clarifying Reference Movement
        • A Lesson Fly-Over
        • "Pushing" vs Pulling
        • Series of Lessons in AY
        • A Shared Language
        • A Method to Count On
        Disc 9
        • Thicker Lessons
        • ATM
        • When Someone Doesn’t Get It
        • Ideas For "Coaching"
        • Back to the ATM
        • Feeling "Push-Off"
        • Lessons for Beginners
        • Variety and Wows for Beginners
        • Homework
        • Choosing the Effect You Want
        Disc 10
        • Introduction
        • Habituation and Habits
        • What to Expect in an ATM Lesson
        • First ATM
        • Working in Pairs
        • Discussion
      • Discs 11-15 and CD

        Disc 11
        • Return to ATM
        • Questions
        • ATM: "Tripod of Foot"
        • A Look at the Foot
        • Sensing How You Walk
        Disc 12
        • ATM Continued
        • Taking Something Home
        • Intro to Third ATM
        • ATM
        • Differences that Make a Difference
        • The Journey Instead of the Destination
        • Local Resources
        • Wrap-up
        Disc 13
        • After Workshop Debriefing
        • Stories Are Useful
        • Sources for Stories
        • Weber-Fechner Law
        • Comments on the Ending
        • Interactive Learning
        • Micro Movements
        Disc 14
        • Preparation
        • Creating a Workshop
        • Working within a Context
        • Practice, Practice
        • Reviewing Bull's-Eye
        • Finding Teachable Moments
        • Applying Bull's-Eye to a Series
        • Strategy
        • Challenge and Habits
        • Future Training Opportunities
        • Selecting Lessons for a Series
        Disc 15
        • Sharpening Your Proposal
        • A Review of Concepts
        • The Use of "Stories"
        • The "Thick" Description of a Lesson
        • A Series Around a Concept
        • What is Your Next Roadblock
        • Wrap Up
        CD
        • Downloadable Files .pdf
        • "On Your Feet" ATMs
        • "SPIFFER" Workshop Notes
        • "Beginning at the Beginning"
        • "Following the Chain Of Motion"
        • "The Arrow of Motion"
    • Watch Larry's Introduction

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