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Moshé Feldenkrais



Moshé Pinchas Feldenkrais, D.Sc., (1904–1984) was a Ukrainian Israeli engineer, physicist, and martial artist, as well as the founder and teacher of the Feldenkrais Method, a system of physical exercise that increases self-awareness through movement. The Feldenkrais theory holds that “thought, feeling, perception and movement are closely interrelated and influence each other.”

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A Documentary on the Feldenkrais Method

A documentary about Moshe Feldenkrais and the method he created.

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The Master Moves

I attended my first Feldenkrais workshop during the summer of 1974...I was at that time suffering form periodic bouts of low back pain and exploring various body therapies to alleviate my trouble. But I was initially reluctant to try Feldenkrais work.

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The Feldenkrais Fix

Athletes and people with injuries are (finally) discovering the Feldenkrais Method: a gentle rehabilitation system that teaches the body to move as it should.

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FindCenter Quotes ImageNothing is permanent about our behavior patterns except our belief that they are so.

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Functional Integration—Feldenkrais

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Body and Mature Behaviour

A victim of debilitating injuries, Moshé Feldenkrais was intimately aware of the link between bodily suffering and mental health. Through healing himself, he made revolutionary discoveries, culminating in the development of the method that now bears his name.

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Trying the Feldenkrais Method for Chronic Pain

The Feldenkrais method is one of several increasingly popular movement techniques, similar to the Alexander technique, that attempt to better integrate the connections between mind and body.

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FindCenter Quotes ImageIn short, health is measured by the shock a person can take without his usual way of life being compromised.

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Moshe Feldenkrais—Two Parts of the Feldenkrais Method (R)

The South Bend Workshop with Moshe Feldenkrais is as close to a live experience of Feldenkrais's teaching as you can get today. It is currently the only workshop Feldenkrais taught for the public where you have the video image to go with the audio.

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Body Awareness as Healing Therapy: The Case of Nora

Body Awareness as Healing Therapy: The Case of Nora is Moshé Feldenkrais’ classic study of his work with Nora, a woman who has suffered a severe stroke and lost her neuromuscular coordination, including the ability to read and write.

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