‘International Feldenkrais® Week’ Feldenkrais & Taiji Free Zoom classes during May 2020!

Free online classes via ZOOM
‘International Feldenkrais® Week’
Feldenkrais® & Taiji during May 2020!
ADAPTING TO CHANGE:
We are keeping safe and learning how to adapt to changes.
45-minute lessons (listed in Pacific time)
Mondays: 1:15 pm ~ May 4th, 11th, 18th, 25th
Tuesdays: 11:00 am ~ May 5th, 12th, 19th, 26th
Fridays: 1:15 pm ~ May 8th, 15th, 22d, 29th
Saturdays: 11:00 am ~ May 9th, 23rd, 31st
Feldenkrais® Week Special class May 9, 2020`
~~ Noon Pacific may be better for some and we would adjust accordingly ~~
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Beginners are welcome
Participate as often as you wish
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TO SIGN UP: email or call Katarina

Special class May 2, 2020
How to raise an arm in the least resistant pathway ~ Hand on Sternum * reminiscent of BFL # 33. Mindful Spontaneity pages 234, 235,236 Ruthy Alon 1996 w:Images

 

Newly published article by Jan Winhall on the felt sense polyvagal model

I have updated the page dedicated to PolyVagal Model ~ Adapting to social distancing ~ Developing relational intricacies with the newly published article by Jan Winhall from the University of Toronto! Also on the page are PDF links to Jan Winhall’s graphics representing the felt sense polyvagal model of emotional regulation.

 

Addiction from the Bottom Up: A Felt Sense Polyvagal Model of Addiction

Reaching beyond the western, post Descartes view of mind/body duality as distorted and harmful, I have explored alternative ways of experiencing and conceptualizing the body. I think this is critical when working with addiction because our current understanding and treatment of addiction reflect this disembodied view—addiction is seen as a malfunctioning of our computer-like brains. But the current brain disease model is failing us. Rates are soaring. People are dying in the streets. We can and must do better than this. To approach addiction from a new perspective, I created a model to conceptualize and treat addiction: The Felt Sense Polyvagal Model (FSPM).

Adapting to Social Distancing ~ Katarina’s blog

Coronavirus and how we find our way each day: A compendium of resources and welcoming your thoughts.
Poly Vagal ~ Adapting to social distancing ~ Developing relational intricacies     


Online Reading & Discussion  We explore a second excellent article by Tomas Pueyo.   Neil Dunaetz writes: “In “Coronavirus: The Hammer and the Dance: What the Next 18 Months Can Look Like, if Leaders Buy Us Time” Pueyo makes a distinction between “MITIGATION,” also known as “FLATTENING THE CURVE SOMEWHAT” and “SUPPRESSION,” measures that quickly “BREAK THE BACK” of pandemic transmission of the coronavirus (as has been achieved in several East Asia countries).”  [emphasis added by Katarina]


Feldenkrais® Summit Study Page at the studio site ~ a special collection of YouTube clips and notes!
Inviting you to experience how the Feldenkrais® Method develops our learning and adaptability to changing times.
There will be a FREE summit again this year.  You can now purchase in advance the full recordings/notes for the 2020 summit with an option to include the 2019 summit, all for a discounted fee.

Here is our studio link
Feldenkrais® FREE ONLINE Summit May 1 – May 10, 2020
(Disclosure: if you use our studio link above, Thinking in Movement Studio may receive a commission ~ thank you for supporting the studio and the summit)