The transmission of movement through the skeleton is a key feature of the Feldenkrais Method…but how can we more effectively make this happen?
In this workshop we will explore how we can clarify the use of our skeleton as a means to generate and increase power, release habitual co-contraction, influence self image, all related to everyday activities and resulting in the clarification of our intentions and actions.
We will further our understanding and gain insight into how our musculature can quickly and easily reorganize and reconfigure through a more efficient use of our skeleton.
Our explorations will include ATMs and FI of immediate and practical use for clear, simple and broad applications…lessons you will be able to use immediately and for a long time to come.
For whom ?
Certified Feldenkrais practitioners and students in their 4th year of a professional Feldenkrais training program.
360€ Early Bird until 1st October
400€ after the 1st of October
Centre Feldenkrais Cantal
Institut Beliashe - Centre for the Arts and Human Potential
38 bd des Hortes
For access and lodging get in touch with us by email or phone.
is known for his clarity, creativity and down to earth style of teaching. He brings a depth of understanding, humor and a gentle human perspective to the learning of the Method and creates lively conditions for learning.
Trained by Dr. Feldenkrais (Amherst 1983), Alan has lectured and taught at hospitals, colleges and Feldenkrais® Professional Training Programs throughout the U.S., Mexico, Australia, New Zealand, Europe, Japan and Canada, teaching people from all walks of life.
An actor before becoming interested in the Feldenkrais method®, Alan worked and toured with Jerzy Grotowski and Paul Sills.
He has taught in over 40 training Programs worldwide, and co-directed programs worldwide. He is currently Educational Director in Santa Fe, New Mexico where he makes his home.
Alan sees the Feldenkrais method® as a means for individual maturation, and aspires towards making this appreciable and concrete for his students both in training programs and in his practice.