|Nominations for FGNA positions|
|Open Nominations – open to professional members
• Board of Director Positions – 3QTR 2021 – 3QTR 2023
○ Director 1
○ Director 4
○ Director 6
○ Canadian Director (Only Canadian members are eligible to cast a vote for this seat)
• Nominating Committee –Jan 1, 2021 – Dec 31, 2023
○ Seat 1
Please consider paying back the extraordinary, life-changing experience of being part of the Feldenkrais Method® by participating in the decision-making processes of our future. We need your participation. This is an exciting and challenging time to be part of the FGNA Board of Directors team. The Board of Directors has taken on strong involvement with our FGNA community, strengthening the work of the Ethics and Service Mark Committees, in building connections to other somatic practices for a greater legislative umbrella, making our websites vibrant and cohesive, and connecting members to maintaining sustainable practice. The workload is not over-taxing. And it's a rewarding experience to be contributing and helping our profession keep its integrity and mission.
Board of Director Considerations
Jane Johnson (email@example.com)
Misha Forrester (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Cathy Wright (email@example.com)
Elinor Silverstein presented What Happens In Vagal Doesn't Stay in Vagal: The Feldenkrais Method 's impact on parasympathetic response through touch and movement at the Movement and Cognition Conference at Tel Aviv University, July 22-24.
Feldenkrais Research Journal Volume 6 Launched! New open source/open access format for journal features articles on Feldenkrais Method, arts and creative process. Check it out here.
Robert Sussuma's article, Baring the Bones: Making the Shift from a Muscular to a Skeletal Paradigm in Voice Training, was published in the February 2019 issue of Voice and Speech Review. You can read the introduction here. Additionally, he will present a workshop at the Pan European Voice Conference (PEVoC) in Copenhagen, Denmark, August 2019, FROM THE GROUND UP: Exploring and Optimizing the Elusive Foot/Voice Connection.