Whether you participate in strength training, dance, Pilates, yoga or martial arts or you just want to move with more ease and stability, this workshop will teach you how to identify, feel and use the core muscles far beyond any movement modality in existence today.
The first part of the training contains Awareness Through Movement™ (ATM) lessons, and shows how they can be used hands-on in Part Two. In this program you will learn ATM strategies and techniques that can directly influence people involved in Yoga, Martial Arts, Dance, and Pilates.
It will serve as an advanced training for your brain. The desire for the look and feeling of strength and stability will remain prevalent in our culture for a long time to come. There are millions of people of all ages who have integrated some form of exercise routine into their lives, and injuries from their routines are increasing. In this first class you can learn to affect the organization that underlies movements most people associate with great strength, flexibility, natural talents or hard to achieve abilities.
Continue onto Part II for even more of a workout for your brain!
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Founder and educational director of The Feldenkrais Movement Institute, creator of Change Your Age and The Evolution of Motion
A renowned author, speaker and educator, Dr. Frank Wildman is recognized as a pioneering advocate for the Feldenkrais Method®—a philosophy and system of movement that has revolutionized the treatment for pain and loss of energy associated with daily activity, exercise and aging. For nearly 40 years, Wildman has been a teacher, practitioner and mentor to countless medical professionals, athletes, fitness experts, musicians, dancers and a host of others who have embraced the proven health benefits of his work.
Dr. Wildman’s work is based on brain sciences. He has developed an understanding of the Feldenkrais Method in terms of brain sciences. Many of his lessons are presented and explained in terms of neuromotion™.”