Monthly Archives: December 2010


Here’s a lovely article about Feldenkrais written by someone who attended my classes recently. It’s well-informed and personal. It starts, “I am a seeker of new ways to gain awareness, especially to my own body since I have to live … Continue reading

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“The more we reside in the body, . . .

… the more we find ourselves living in the penumbral awareness of the body itself. In time, we find ourselves knowing our world not so much through thinking about it, but by sensing it and feeling it, not just as … Continue reading

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Imagining the Spine

HOW DO YOU IMAGINE YOUR SPINE? Do you imagine it to be wide or narrow? Long or short? Weak or strong? Brittle or squishy? Dense or light? Fixed or mobile? What color do you imagine your spine to be? What … Continue reading

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