During these last months of 2017
we plan to feature a Movement Intelligence Solutions
theme each month:
September (Pelvic Floor) 2017
October (Squatting) 2017
November- December (Face) 2017


Beginning to add resources for our study:
Solutions for Optimal Mobility
Self-Care Strategies for Individual Nero-Motor Limitations

The Highest Educational Contribution of the Movement Intelligence Program
From  Ruthy’s programme notes:

” The Solutions program provides a broad variety of movement procedures to resolve common issues people have with their functioning, like releasing lower back compression, refreshing articulation of upper back vertebrae, aligning hip joints,  restoring ankles and knees’  springiness, as well as feet and toes’ adjustability, freeing necks’ ease,  building up wrists’ tolerance to pressure and awakening resourcefulness for recovering balance”  …  ” restoring harmony of well coordinated functioning, as nature meant, each specific problem is approached in the Solutions program through the Feldenkrais integrative perspective of dealing with the reciprocal interdependency between the specific suffering part, and its corresponding Bio-dynamic partners throughout the entire body network. Rather than imposing an unrelated right correction, of changing an isolated part, which seems unfit, the Solutions’ instruction is leading the student to explore a few un used options of moving this part, with emphasize on the involvement of the corresponding interaction with the rest of the body. Reminding the organism the experience of supportive cooperation it spontaneously knows how to reset itself more sensibly. Setting harmonious integration between all body parts is a primal factor in natural movement, like you can see in animals moving in the wild. This is in distinct from a cultural task,
which may overuse and over intensify one part — without proportionally adjusting it with the rest of the body correspondence


September 2017(Pelvic Floor)
To read a biography of Deborah Bowes and learn more about her Pelvic Health program:


October (Squatting) 2017

November- December (Face) 2017

Feldenkrais & Taiji share several principles: combining these practices in our workshop will provide a bird’s eye view of how they enhance each other.

The Symbol of Taiji
The yin yang symbol of two teardrops creates the sense of movement. The left side of the circle is filled with the white teardrop with its bulb at the top as though it is ascending. The black teardrop descends with the bulb shape located at the bottom of the circle. This creates the illusion of a clockwise movement.

Feldenkrais® & Taiji Classes

2017 Feldenkrais Conference in Seattle WA

Please join us for the Feldenkrais Conference
August 23-27, 2017
Seattle University Campus in Seattle, WA.

Katarina is submitting a proposal for a conference workshop on Feldenkrais® & Taiji: self=organization to produce powerful movements!