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Australian Feldenkrais Center

home-image Movement Improvement: We teach awareness we use movement to do it ‘Changing the way people experience themselves’.What’s On

Saturday 09/08/2014 11am-4pm A new design & the first time as a workshop – Ex-tension & the eyes : )

In this workshop we will investigate how the use of the eyes can improve and refine the movement of the spine, all of you.  Activating the anti-gravity muscles with a higher degree of harmony and feeling how they want to help you see what you want to see.

Feeling the cooperation in the organisation of orientation. Very cool properties of the nervous system that can seem magical. The eyes organise the large majority of movement for the sighted person and will shape the body over time depending on use. There is not a lot of need for rotation or extension if one only sustains a tight close focus.

Its easy to get the impression that its the most important lesson. (like all the other ones:)

If you are coming and can not wink with (close) either eye let me know. (this might fix your back)

Also, on the 30th of August we will be holding a gait workshop, I’ll send another email out about it.

 info@feldenkrais.com.au to book a place :)


Why Do It

Breathing Pelvic Literacy Shoulders
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Breathing involves over 104 joints and 60 muscles.Breathing evolved as we subjected ourselves to the full force of gravity and atmospheric pressure. The pelvis has the potential to move in an infinite number of planes. It is connected to all the largest, most powerful muscles in the body.The pelvis is central to all movement. The thoracic, cervical spine and the shoulder girdle are used in our culture firstly for emotional expression and secondly for physical function.This is probably one reason lower backs complain from overuse.
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