Feldenkrais, Moshe

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Moshe, Israeli physicist, 1904-1979.
Feldenkrais exercises - system used to improve posture, movement, and body awareness.
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Physicist Moshe Feldenkrais, DSc, (1904-1984) suffered a serious knee injury in his 20s.
Moshe Feldenkrais created many powerful lessons dealing with how our eyes govern our movement.
Moshe Feldenkrais presents an intriguing study of higher judo techniques, with many of them illustrated well throughout the book.
Moshe Feldenkrais, a physicist, engineer, and judo master, developed the Feldenkrais method in the 1940s.
Moshe Feldenkrais, uses subtle, sophisticated movements to improve your range of motion and reduce pain; in essence, the movements teach you how to "reorganize" yourself or relearn a comfortable way for you body to move.
Ida Rolf as well as somatic educators Moshe Feldenkrais and F.
Gestalt innovator Fritz Perls, movement specialist Moshe Feldenkrais, Ida Rolf, Virginia Satir and more all met at this magical place where the crashing surf is joined by sounding grey whales, otters at play, migrating monarch butterflies, breathtaking foliage, and interesting people enjoying long soaks in the natural sulfur baths.
"When your life is more peaceful, your sleep is more peaceful." Krugman's work, influenced by Tai Chi, meditation, and the teachings of Moshe Feldenkrais, employs movement to get into the snooze mode.
Moshe Feldenkrais, its creator, once said, "Movement is life; without movement, life is unthinkable." He developed his method of movement re-education as a means to recover the ability to walk after injuries had crippled Iron.
Developed by Russian-born physicist Moshe Feldenkrais, this somatic learning method is gaining popularity among health professionals, as well as those in sports, dance and other disciplines where movement science can enhance the way the body functions.
Moshe Feldenkrais observed that all negative emotional expressions are accompanied by a shortening of flexor muscles (muscles that contract).