Hello – I hope you had a great summer!
Sunday night Awareness Through Movement®/Feldenkrais® classes are starting up again on September 8, 2013, 6:00 to 7:00 pm. I hope you can join us for some classes and I look forward to seeing you. Feel free to bring a friend too! This year we’ll have a theme again, like we’ve done the last two years; this adds to my teaching & learning and can bring additional meaning to the lessons (for more on past themes, click here).
This year’s theme will be Feldenkrais Principles. The Feldenkrais Method is a complex and elegant approach to thinking about the complexity and elegance of the human body and human development, and the concepts that are contained within it have a lot of potential to make positive change for people. Because I think these concepts are so important, and because they are complex and fun to write and talk about, I’ve decided to write a blog exploring these ideas. I’ll be posting once or twice a month; you can sign up from any page on my website (in the sidebar on the right) to be notified by email when I post something new. You can also choose to only receive class announcements, and it is easy to unsubscribe if you change your mind.
The concepts discussed on the blog will add to the learning of each of the classes as well as the overall learning that Feldenkrais offers. Some of the concepts, for example the concept of noticing or awareness, will likely sound familiar from past classes and discussions. I look forward to hearing your thoughts about these concepts as well as the blog.
“I really get a lot out of the classes. But I also love to learn and discuss the thinking behind the Feldenkrais Method and the interesting and powerful concepts that make Feldenkrais so unique. Johanna explains these concepts really well and is excited about sharing them.” – ATM class student.
Sunday night classes start up again on September 8th, 2013, 6-7pm. For a fee schedule, click here. The classes are still located at the beautiful Studio Sol at Conexiones, 3500 NE Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Suite 200. The entrance to the second floor is through the side door on NE Fremont.