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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

Notice: All Classes, Lessons, Consultations and Workshops are
CANCELLED until further notice due to COVID:19.

More information info@feldenkrais.com.au

Gait and putting your foot down.

 A happy landing.

  The next instalment of skeletal health series 

  In this short workshop

we will be reviewing the roles played by the largest bones and joints in your body, along with the highly efficient and therapeutic movement patterns that are part of effective and elegant gait – be it running or walking.

 You will gain a glimpse at the role of; • the function of the leg you land on – the front leg, and

  • the relationship of the bones of the foot to the knee, hip and spine. So many people place undue stress on their knees and other joints in walking and running so as to do more long term harm than the short term good of the exercise.

 Developing a sense of the skeleton is rare, rewarding and valuable.

 Are you still happy to run? If not, why?

 My intention with this workshop is to let you begin to feel the structural integrity that natural skeletal alignment provides. It is okay if you did not attend the half day workshop on this subject in February.

This workshop will run from 5.00pm to 7.30pm.

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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