Feldenkrais

Feldenkrais focuses on function rather than form and does not have a goal of attaining an ideal body type or physical construction. The Feldenkrais Method is intended to improve the sensibility, awareness and quality of movement through one's own body feedback rather than teaching predefined or static forms.

Most people have difficulty feeling their body and try to move better without improving their sensory skills. This has absolute limitations. A musician can't play music unless they can feel and hear the music and make fine distinctions. Feldenkrais does not have a goal to achieve "correct" positions as with yoga, but rather seeks to develop a more dexterous, painless and efficient body in motion.

eldenkrais method helps with back pain

Feldenkrais is not intended to cure disease or disabilities. Instead, the Feldenkrais Method is an effective way to learn about and improve physical limitations through freedom of movement. Because the Feldenkrais Method provides relief from many ailments caused by various neurological or physical disorders, Feldenkrais enhances the quality of living.

Feldenkrais techniques are widely used in physical therapy and occupational therapy. From common problems such as muscle injuries, back pain and arthritis, to more complex cases involving learning disabilites, pediatrics and gerontology, the method offers a highly effective form of co-therapy. Sports medicine and nursing are also discovering many remarkable benefits for their patients.

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