“Ever Flowing River” 不斷流動的河流.

“Ever Flowing River” 不斷流動的河流.

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

“Close the Gate to Push at the Moon” 關門推月

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 2018

Description:FELDENKRAIS METHOD® CONFERENCE 2018, Washington, D.C.
September 26-30, 2018

Transformation is a powerful word.

Exploring its root words gives us an inkling of why. Depending on the context, trans can mean across, through, surpassing, or transcending. Formation, on the other hand, could mean coming into being, shaping, or the process of being formed. Often times when people think of transformation and the words associated with it, they experience uncertainty or fear; how are we supposed to get from where we are to where we want to be?

Whether you want to improve your left hook or reach for a glass without pain, Feldenkrais lessons create an ideal environment for you to learn how to go inward in order to sense your way forward. Transformation then becomes something that happens naturally and gracefully, seemingly without much effort.

We hope that you will join us this fall at the National 4H Youth Conference Center as we explore this topic at our 2018 conference.

Our Keynote: Jeff McBride
Is Magic Transformational?
How many times has someone gotten up after a Feldenkrais® class and said, “That felt like magic!” We know that magic is simply science people don’t understand. The art of magic is also a science. So we are thrilled to announce that our Keynote Speaker is an actual magician. Jeff McBride is one of the world’s top magicians. He is also the director of McBride Magic and Mystery School, one of the world’s most prestigious magic academies. As a teacher, performer and lecturer, he will bring us a new perspective on attention and the Art and Science of Transformation. It will be an amazing start to a magical conference!

Stay tuned for more conference details!


14 Classical Meridians

#1: YIN (LU) Lung#2: YANG (LI) Large Intestine/
#3:YANG (ST) Stomach#4:YIN (SP) Spleen
#5: YIN (HT) Heart#6:YANG (SI) Small Intestine
#7 YANG (UB) Urinary Bladder & #8 YIN (KD) Kidney
#9 YIN Pericardium & #10 YANG Triple Heater
#11 YANG (GB) Gall Bladder & #12 YIN (LV) Liver
#13 (CV) Conception Vessel & #14 (GV) Governing Vessel

This list is from Yin Yang House: https://yinyanghouse.com

Meridian Hours

The following chart shows the times of meridian activity and the entry and exit points: (The chart is from: https://theory.yinyanghouse.com/acupuncturepoints/locations_theory_and_clinical_applications)

Here are the times with  links to the individual pages

3-5 AM #1: YIN (LU) Lung
5-7 AM #2: YANG (LI) Large Intestine
7-9 AM #3:YANG (ST) Stomach
9-11 AM #4:YIN (SP) Spleen
11 AM-1 PM #5: YIN (HT) Heart
1-3 PM #6:YANG (SI) Small Intestine
3-5 PM #7 YANG (UB) Urinary Bladder
5-7 PM #8 YIN (KD) Kidney
7-9 PM #9 YIN Pericardium
9-11 PM #10 YANG Triple Heater
11 PM-1 AM #11 YANG (GB) Gall Bladder
1-3 AM #12 YIN (LV) Liver

General introduction to the organ systems – HeartLungsSpleenLiver, and Kidneys.

You may start your exploration by choosing a meridian from the list below.

Common Acupressure Points for Self-Treatment