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home-image Movement Improvement: We teach awareness we use movement to do it.What’s On CHAPEL ST. CENTER MELBOURNE – WORKSHOPS

Saturday 14th November 2015 – 11am – 4pm.

The art of rolling

Difficulty level – fun to challenging… as much or as little as you like.

Roll in control Workshop 11am – 4pm 

In this one day rolling workshop we will be focusing on the enjoyable and rewarding art of rolling, the primal developmental movements nature uses to facilitate human neurological function and growth. These movement sequences are easy, fun and leave the spine soft and the body feeling wonderful.

Just as nature rewards babies for exploring and repeating these movements, so too will you enjoy a happy positive outlook, a new lease on life. Rolling is the fastest way to ease aches and pains, it is an art form that will serve you for the rest of your life.

The human rolling is truly a remarkable thing, it has the capacity improve balance, poise and grace. Rolling facilitates an instantaneous intra-spinal level coordination that is all but banished by our modern environment. Recovering this level of subtle function can have a profound effect on overall functioning and general outlook.

This workshop will run from 11.00m – 4 pm.
The cost is $120 payable on the day.
Payable on the day, cards are good.
Nature gave us this gift, it’s rude not to use 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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