Do your part to help FGNA protect its service and certification marks: use them properly. Did you know that if you develop a new service, you may not use FGNA service marks to refer to that new service? In other words, you can't say that your new service is "based on the Feldenkrais Method®."
Marsha Novak GCFP, guest editor Welcome to the December issue of SenseAbility. For many of you who think of the Feldenkrais Method® as it relates to helping with painful and other debilitating conditions, this might seem like an odd theme. I certainly would have thought so when I embarked on my journey with this method back in the 1990s. I was a physical therapist merely looking for a more holistic approach to the physical problems people brought my way. By the time I graduated from my training in 2003 I felt I had found that.
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