Feldenkrais Method teaches,
through gentle, non-invasive movement, how we can
improve our capabilities to function in our daily
lives. This is achieved by the adaptability of our
Feldenkrais frees the body, not
by stretching exercises or aerobics, but by somatic
learning (the body experienced from within). The
exercises are precisely programmed movement patterns
to stimulate the brain's release of muscular
tightness and pain that has resisted all other
efforts and techniques.
Feldenkrais teachers usually
find, upon examination of people with bad backs, that
it's a conditioning problem and not a medical one. In
reality the sufferer has back muscles in a painful
state of tension that predisposes them to muscle
The bad news is that your
muscles are out of control, but the good news is that
your muscles obey your brain, and your brain can be
retrained - by the Feldenkrais Method.
Feldenkrais has some similarities to Alexander
Technique and Yoga
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