This workshop addresses flexibility, the ability to adapt and change, from the perspective of the Feldenkrais method of somatic education.
Where: Brussels, Belgium
When: 11 & 12 February, 10.00-13.00
This workshop addresses flexibility, the ability to adapt and change, from the perspective of the Feldenkrais method. Is it possible to gain flexibility easily and effortlessly? Can there be a flexible body without a flexible mind?
The Feldenkrais method understands flexibility and movement capacity as the consequence of an improvement in the organization and coordination of movement, and the elimination of muscular tension that inhibits or hinders elongation. This is a profound re-organization that affects not only movement but all planes of experience -thinking, feeling, sensing…; thus the way we relate to the world, to our environment.
This workshop is inspired by a series of lessons that were created by Moshe Feldenkrais, founder of the Feldenkrais Method and Doctor of Science, who was one of the first Europeans to become a black belt in judo, and devoted big part of his life to the research of human development.
This approach to flexibility and freedom of movement using neuromuscular reeducation was pioneering in its time and today still represents a paradigm shift for many, since neuroplasticity -the brain’s ability to recover, restructure and adapt to new situations- is still a very recent and novel concept.
The workshop invites participants to explore from their own experience some of these ideas and principles, and to discover and learn through curiosity, subtlety and listening.
How to apply: https://www.feldenkraiswithjen.com/store/moveability
Costs for participants: 70 euros
Contact details: email@example.com | +34 600 756 755
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