Entries by happybones

“Other” Gendlin (1997)

“Each person is another life altogether” Eugene Gendlin (1997) Welcoming you to add comments at the bottom of this page! This page dwells on a Quote from Gene Gendlin sent to us by Rob Foxcroft: “Each person is another life altogether. Only thereby do I sense the other as ‘really’ other, as Levinas said.“ The quote […]

Classes with Katarina in Kerrisdale

Subscribe to Updates Kerrisdale Community Centre Katarina Jan – Mar 2020 Kerrisdale Community Centre Katarina Jan – Mar 2020 legal Mondays Feldenkrais® & Tai Chi with Katarina Halm Kerrisdale Community Centre, Vancouver BC, Canada 9:15 am (one hour) Free Introduction Monday, Jan 13, 2020 Ten Mondays Jan 20 to March 23, 2020 MOVE: Develop Skills to Move […]

The Master Moves by Moshe Feldenkrais ~ a developing discussion

The Master Moves by Moshe Feldenkrais 2nd Edition “The Mann Ranch Workshop was open to the public and graduates were allowed to teach Awareness Through Movement. It was the sole ATM-only teacher training Moshe Feldenkrais ever taught. The workshop was recorded and later transcribed and published under the title The Master Moves. The IFF is […]

Moments

Link to this post: Moments Study page ~ ‘The Weber-Fechner-Henneman Movement Optimization Cycle’  (Russell 2017) Posted December 17, 2018 The 20-Minute Break by Ernest Lawrence Rossi, PhD, with David Nimmons (1991) highlighted excerpts from Katarina Feldenkrais® & Breathing The Five-Stage Model of Adult Skill Acquisition Stuart E. Dreyfus University of California, Berkeley      ________________________________________DREYFUS APPEARS […]

Study page ~ ‘The Weber-Fechner-Henneman Movement Optimization Cycle’  (Russell 2017)

ABOUT ROGER RUSSELL: “Roger Russell, M.A., PT, trained with Moshé Feldenkrais in San Francisco, Amherst, and Israel (1975 – 1982). A movement scientist, physical therapist, and Feldenkrais trainer, he is co-director of the Feldenkrais-Zentrum in Heidelberg, Germany. Since 1975, he has been intrigued by the network of ideas, including neuroscience, which stands behind the practical […]

NEW! Fall 2018 Study in APM with Neil Dunaetz

NEW! Fall 2018 Study in APM with Neil Dunaetz PDF of this page Shall we sign up for Neil Dunaetz’s 1-Day  Sunday October 7, 9am-11am New York / 6am-8am Pacific   For Beginners, Intermediate & Advance Do you feel that those in your local Practice group may like to sign up too?   NEW! Fall 2018 Study in APM with Neil Dunaetz PDF […]

Summary of Ellen’s Advanced Trainings 2019.

#1  British Columbia Canada: (Vernon is the town — Kelowna is the airport) Dates: 2 days, May 11 & 12, 2019 (Saturday-Sunday) Subject: Working with your Eyes and carriage of your head  2 days Contact: Brent <brent@okanaganfeldenkrais.com> The Okanagan Feldenkrais Centre 3005-32 Street, Vernon, BC, V1T 5M4 25 minutes north of the Kelowna International Airport. Website:  www.okanaganfeldenkrais.com/ #2 Ann Arbor Michigan is […]

Sleeping positions

With appreciation to Doug Bolston, this post is excerpted from “You can (and should) train yourself to sleep on your back.“ Although it is commonly recommended that sleeping on your back is the best position to sleep in, comfort is key Most Americans sleep on their sides, according to the National Sleep Foundation. While many […]

How to nap

(with appreciation to Doug Bolston, adapted by Katarina) Research has shown many benefits to naps—especially short ones. For example, over the course of a day, people’s ability to respond to stimuli—like an email from a coworker—naturally dwindles. A 2014 study in the journal Nature Neuroscience showed that people who took a 30-minute midday nap paused […]