Knowing What You're Doing and Doing What you Want

Knowing what you’re doing and doing what you want
If you don’t know what you’re doing, you can’t do what you want. This was one of Moshe’s favorite aphorisms, embodying a theme central to the practice of the Feldenkrais Method® of somatic education. Exploring this theme in depth, we'll be discovering new perceptual possibilities you may not have previously encountered or known which may seem to violate conventional beliefs about physical cause and affect. We can then exploit these possibilities in doing Functional Integration® lessons, opening new ways of understanding what you do, and to new ways of understanding of what is possible. In essence, a more potent self.

Ralph’s Feldenkrais approach draws on his long-term interest in perception and its relationship to the underlying reality being perceived. His teaching  goal is to help students reframe perception in ways that enhance their functioning. He is the author of “The Reality Illusion: How you make the world you experience.”

Participation in this workshop does not give attendees the right to use FGNA service marks. Only individuals who have received authorization from FGNA are allowed to use FGNA service marks, offer Functional Integration® or Awareness Through Movement® lessons, or practice the Feldenkrais Method® of somatic education.

Thursday, June 27

Half-day workshop: 2:30-5:00PM

Open to: 
3/4 year trainees only, Non-Feldenkrais® Practitioners, & Feldenkrais® Practitioners

©Tiffany Sankary