March 27, 2017
Lying Exploring Eyes
Hi, today I'm visiting a client who is 83 and she is too frightened to get out of bed, stand and walk.
When I go to see her I will be starting with some gentle work to not only find out where she is happy to move, but also to boost her confidence.
She has a history of starting to go off her feet before a fall some 4 months ago and vision is very important.
This kind of process is something you can explore with and imagine what it would be like to be confined to a bed all day. Notice what you can see if you move your head and if you dont.
Have fun and do come join me and everybody else at my Feldenkrais Facebook page
April 5, 2016
This is a lesson in lying for a sunny day, or even a hospital stay. Make sure you are comfortable and wont be disturbed. It starts a little sharp but soon blends into a relaxing process
June 27, 2011
A simple 16 minute process exploring the differences in breathing focussing on the right the left side of the lungs. Attention is drawn to the movement of the spine in side flexion and also pressures on the chair. The lesson is done in sitting
June 14, 2010
This 16 minute process is helpful for neck and shoulder tensions and also to help you to ground yourself in the middle of a stressful day
All done in sitting at your desk this lesson can be completed during a lunchbreak or while you wait for your coffee to cool down
The movements are interspersed with some slow deep breathing to help you to calm a little
If you are on Facebook then please do come and join the Feldenkrais Download Project
June 8, 2010
Breathing is a natural thing.
But how many folk give any thought to the way that they breathe ?
Discovering how you breathe provides deep insight into the cause of your muscle aches and pain.
How you respond to everyday life with physical tensioning is an important message from your body.
Overlook the messages, maybe because they are so habitual that you cant feel them and your body will provide you with more and more messages.
What we call stress is imbalance in our homeostasis, the balance between our physiology and the environment.
This 15 minute lesson introduces belly breathing and draws attention to the way muscle tension changes as you breathe with the base of your lungs and top of your lungs.
February 15, 2010
This is a 10 minute relaxation sequence that I recorded for one of my stressed out Mum's who works all hours and needed something for herself. I recorded it a couple of years ago, and have done some Tension Release Hypnosis for use during childbirth. Its not so much in the public domain now as it was a couple of years ago, but if you ask I can arrange to send some along to you.