Easily taken for granted until we experience pain, the mouth is an intricate part of our human experience. Before we’re even born, we begin to move the mouth, perhaps even sucking the thumb. It’s one of the first things that babies explore. Turning to suckle, making noises, bringing the hands to the mouth. For all kinds of reasons, as we get along in life, we also tend to restrict the movements of the mouth, sometimes even clamping it shut. In this Feldenkrais Awareness Through Movement workshop, we’ll explore anew the possibilities inherent in opening the mouth, moving the tongue, forming sounds, and relaxing the jaw.
This class is suitable for almost all fitness levels. Willingness to lie on the floor, and an interest in moving more easily are all you need!
This is the online version of this program. Recordings will be distributed to registrants only and are not available for individual purchase. This program is also being offered in person on February 6.
The Jung Center of Houston (via live-streaming)
Registration is through the Jung Center’s web site.