Pulling and Pushing in Awareness Through Movement Lessons

In this workshop, Larry Goldfarb builds on the distinction between pushing and pulling. He uses this distinction to help us understand functional ability, observe optimal biomechanics, and recognize how our responses to injury and illness become habitual. Introducing the concept of tensegrity, Larry shows how the teacher’s instructions guide the student in sensing these fundamental forces and their influence on our anatomy. In Awareness Through Movement® lessons and small group exercises, you explore the role of compression and tension in sensory-based learning, improve your verbal cueing, and help your students develop their skills while becoming better learners.
Larry Goldfarb, Ph.D., is an international lecturer, multimedia author, movement scientist, systemic coach, and trailblazing teacher. Larry has taught public workshops, teacher trainings, and postgraduate programs in Australia, Europe, and North America. Larry is regarded for his ability to articulate the Feldenkrais Method®, elicit curiosity, and inspire learning.
Friday, August 25
(Day 1 of 2)

10AM-12:30PM &
2:30PM-5PM PDT

Open to:
Open to 3rd & 4th year Feldenkrais® Trainees and Feldenkrais Practitioners