Entries by happybones

Summary of Ellen’s Advanced Trainings, June, August, November, 2018 & April 2019.

Summary of Ellen’s Advanced Trainings, June, August, November, 2018 & April 2019.. #1 Ann Arbor Michigan is the town — Detroit (DFW) is the airport. Topic:  The midline and the importance of crossing it. Dates: either June  21-24, 2018 (Thursday-Sunday) FI’s available on the day before the advanced Contact: Dale Jensen. <dale@mindbodymove.com> #2 Raleigh-Durham area (Durham is the town […]

Testimonials for FI Mentoring with Ellen Soloway

  Testimonials for FI Mentoring with Ellen Soloway    Ellen’s FI mentoring brings such additional depth and understanding to one’s practice whether you are a novice or an experienced practitioner.  I have watched her hone the skills and explain the nuances of a particular touch to experienced practitioners; and has made me feel as if […]

Sleeping positions

With appreciation to Doug Bolston, From <https://www.popsci.com/sleep-pain-change-position?> 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 of them presumably do it without pain, this is not the best way to […]

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 […]

How much sleep do you need?

(with appreciation to Doug Bolston, adapted by Katarina) “Human beings are the only animal species that deliberately deprive themselves of sleep.” One thing science knows for sure is that the less sleep you get each night,the less cognitively aware you are the next day, the day after, and every day after that People think that […]

Sleep helps the body clear away amyloid and tau (related to dementia)

(with appreciation to Doug Bolston, adapted and annotated by Katarina) A single night of interrupted sleep causes an increase in brain proteins believed to cause Alzheimer’s disease, researchers reported. They believe their research shows that “sleep helps the body clear away the compounds, called amyloid and tau, and that interrupting sleep may allow too much of them […]

Studio Resources

New page on our Studio site:  Resources-added 171229 Links and notes for a bird’s eye view to classical and new studies and resources. Welcoming you to add your favourites and there might be a tab structure to develop the page soon to differentiate categories.  _____________________________________________________ Tiffany Sankary Feldenkrais Posts! November 2017 NY Times article about how the Feldenkrais […]

Mindful Eating & Focusing Gathering

2-4 pm Pacific, on Zoom, August 7, 2017 – Mindful Eating & Focusing Gathering Prerequisite – please choose a theme from this interview to discuss during the meeting! Individuation, Mutual Connection, and the Body’s Resources An Interview with Lisbeth Marcher by Peter Bernhardt, M.F.T. ( part 1 of 2 & part 2 of 2 with […]