Articles & Science

   What is Feldenkrais Method?    

 

The Feldenkrais Method is a movement and hands-on techniques used by physical therapists around the world.  The method reeducates motor patterns by integrating muscle groups into one function so everything better better.   Benefits include flexibility, pain relief, and increased vitality.

 

The Method:

  • Teaches awareness of a "sensory body,"  a sense that integrates functions between parts: mental, movement, senses, and brain.

  • Used for chronic pain or acute injury, movement disorders such as stroke, cerebral palsy, and brain function such as ADHD

  • Trains awareness of a sixth sense that once recognizes differences in physical responses and intention has shown to boost flexibility, slow aging and improve immune function.

  • Techniques use Hands-on or movement lessons

  • Method is Based on the science of physics and human development.

 

  Feldenkrais Articles   (with respect to authors articles are not attached)

Dalia Sofer,
Health Map Magazine

The Feldenkrais Method

 

Liz Brody, The Los
 Angeles Times

Exercise
 in Awareness

 

Elizabeth Kaufman, American Way Magazine

All
 the Right Moves

 

Liz Brody, The Los Angeles Times

Exercise in Awareness

 

Elizabeth Kaufman,
American Way Magazine

All the Right Moves

 

 

    Science on Sensorimotor Systems Articles  

 

Dav Clark, Frank Schumann and Stewart Mostofsky, Berkley, Universite Paris Descartes, Kennedy Krieger Institute, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine,

Mindful movement and skilled attention | Frontiers in Human Neuroscience

 

Catherine Kerr, Brown University

Mindfulness Starts with Body Somatosensory Attention

 

Cisek and Kalaska , D´epartement de Physiologie, Universit´e de Montr´eal,

Neural Mechanisms for Interacting with a World Full of Action Choices

 

Akira Murataa,∗, Wen Wenb, Hajime Asamab, Japan Universities,

The Body and Objects Represented in the Ventral Stream of the Parieto-Premotor Network