We humans are shaped a bit like inverted pyramids—built for movement, more than stability. So how do we manage to clearly stand on our own two feet, and still move quickly and easily?
It’s a joke among Feldenkrais practitioners that “the answer is always the pelvis.”
The arch-shaped bones of the human pelvis have been compared to the graceful arches of ancient structures, supporting massive weights and still allowing for beautiful open spaces. But, humans also move. The pelvis contains some of the most powerful muscles in our bodies. When we tap into the power and grace of the pelvic bones and muscles, we find something rather magical
In a small group, online setting, this four-week Feldenkrais Awareness Through Movement® course, we’ll explore ways to organize the pelvis more elegantly, finding greater support for the spine, head and shoulders, as well as easier ways to mobilize the arms and legs.
Classes are suitable for almost all fitness levels. Willingness to lie on the floor, and an interest in moving more easily are all you need.
Four Thursdays, May 6, 13, 20 and 27, 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. U.S. Central Time
Online via Zoom
$100 for the four-session course. Please register by May 5.Participants will be provided access to an audio recording of each lesson, in case they need to miss a session or would like to refresh their experience of the lesson.
AFTER May 6: