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Many people learn to reduce their pain by improving their posture and movement dynamics through The Feldenkrais Method® of somatic education. Also many arthritis sufferers use natural remedies such as turmeric to reduce inflammation. Are you looking for a practitioner in your area? Search for a practitioner...

Does the idea of wearing masks make you feel irritated? Maybe a bit grrrr inside? Do you find it frustrating, hot, uncomfortable? Does it bug you so much that you are avoiding your favorite stores? Are you getting pulled in 2 directions; some saying it makes no difference...

To start here are some symptoms of chronic mouth breathing: 1. Often out of breath and fatigued 2. Increased anxiety 3. Prone to asthma and exercise induced asthma 4. Dry mouth in the morning 5. Getting sick easily 6. Sinus issues, stuffy nose 7. Frequent coughing or throat clearing 8.  Feeling of oxygen...

This is a fascinating and vital read if you are interested in health and endurance. "Oxygen Advantage" by Patrick McKeown is available as a audiobook as well as paperback. The book and it's research makes the case that we tend to over-breath. That we get rid...

Other health practitioners often get a very positive outcome with their patients when they team up with a Feldenkrais Practitioner. If you are unsure how I or another practitioner could help your patient, here  is a handy list of signs and symptoms that might help you...

I would not describe myself as a great reader, like those people who devour books on a daily basis. I would say I am a slow, plodding, poorly educated reader that occasionally stumbles upon a "keeper". Well I stumbled. As I was doing some research for...

A recent post on the FB Page "Feldenkrais Practitioners Around the World" turned up a Youtube page on how to pronounce Feldenkrais®. To my chagrin the computer voice got it Very wrong which elicited quite a lot of laughter from the community. On the other hand...

In a recent class taught in my Mindful Movement Series, I shared a lesson called Crossing Lines. The lesson involved measuring distances from one place on your body to another. For example the distance from the right shoulder and left hip was imagined and compared to...

There are times when the primary reason someone comes in for a Feldenkrais® Session is to connect with their emotional selves. As I had highlighted in the last blog "Crooked Healing Stories" pain can often be triggered by highly emotional events and/or prolonged stress. In this case, the...