Augmented Reality & Multi-Sensory Skeletal Modeling in The Feldenkrais MethodĀ®: Re-Imag-in-ing What Was Always Already There

Learn to use the strategic application of individual skeletal models to cultivate the self-image of your students to improve everyday ease for standing and walking - and especially to improve outcomes for recurrent or chronic low back pain related problems. In this augmented reality ‘novel prop’ workshop, each participant will tangibly apply proportionate anatomical models (i.e. laying on of bones) to enhance the vividness, clarity, and sustainability of ATM® lessons or FI® lessons. Learn how to use Tim’s well documented clinical research, comparing an original body schema and neuroplasticity-based approach using the Feldenkrais Method® of somatic education, to the usual core stabilization approach for chronic low back pain. The astounding outcomes will amaze you and your students alike.

Tim Sobie, Ph.D., PT, GCFP® (Oregon 96’) completed his doctoral dissertation in clinical research at Saybrook University in 2016 by comparing an original, body schema & neuroplasticity-based approach using the Feldenkrais Method®, against usual core stabilization for chronic low back pain - demonstrating superior results. Virtual Reality Bones™ (VRB3) now integrates his practice.

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.



Date: 
Friday, June 28


Time: 
2:30-5PM



Open to: 
Non-Feldenkrais® Practitioners, Feldenkrais® Practitioners & Trainees





 
©Tiffany Sankary
 


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