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Class tomorrow! Class Friday! Class all Fall . . .

September 3, 2013

Fall Feldenkrais® classes begin tomorrow, Wednesday, September 4. If you attended my Wednesday class in the past, you will want to be aware, there’s a NEW start time: 10:45am. We will wrap up by 11:45.

For all my students, I’m co-teaching now with Michael Wesson. You can learn more about the fall schedule here. Let me know if you have any questions!

Turning & Reaching: Maximizing Your Wing Span
Wednesdays, September 4 – October 2
Fridays, September 6 – October 4

Many of us struggle with pain in our neck and shoulders, sometimes for years. In this series, we’ll focus on strategies to reduce that tension when turning the head or reaching, functions we perform every day over and over. You will gain length in your “wingspan,” allowing full access and use of your arms and shoulders. This longer wingspan will aid you in turning and reaching more easily and fluidly. You’ll leave feeling the relief of reduced strain in your every move. 

Balancing Acts
Wednesdays, October 9 – November 6
Fridays, October 11 – November 8

Have you ever heard yourself saying, “I don’t have the balance I once did.”? Balance isn’t something you have, it is something you do. In this series, you’ll learn the many, small muscular adjustments that you probably already do but may not notice. We will practice and highlight these balance moves so you can take away simple and comfortable responses in your everyday actions that require balance–even those you’ve been avoiding, such as skating, bowling, and cycling, or just getting up and down off the floor.

Rolling Toward a New Year 
Wednesdays, November 13 – December 18
Fridays, November 15 – December 20

Have you ever watched a baby grab a foot and roll to the side? Or, roll up to sitting? It is through these early explorations that babies learn the most enjoyable and efficient way to move their bodies. Guess what…adults can learn this way, too! Join us, and roll and laugh your way into more flexibility and greater resilience as we head toward the New Year.


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