Awareness Through Movement® lessons focus on basic movements performed in daily life, such as reaching, sitting, and lying down and on specific parts of the body, e.g. jaws, back, knees, neck, and ankles.For example, students seated in chairs are asked to see how far they can rotate their necks. Through a series of guided verbal instructions, students may repeat a movement and connect it to moving other body parts such as the shoulders, ribs and head.
As they bring more parts of themselves into play with each repetition, students often notice improvements in the way they move. For example, necks can rotate a little bit farther and, by the end of the lesson, significantly farther than when they began.
Feldenkrais Audio Lesson Instructions
Before doing any lessons, it is essential to read these directions.
Regulating Action with Pelvic Circles – Lying Down, Sitting, Standing
This is a simple Feldenkrais lesson that increases mobility of your pelvis and spine. The lesson is approximately 45 minutes long.
Unified Rolling Using Different Initiations
This lesson will help you to develop a unified sense of your body using rolling to your side.
Regulating Trunk Muscles and Somatic Inquiry
This lesson will help you better regulate your trunk muscles and use somatic inquiry to connect different regions of the body.
Exploring Inner Body Space & Sitting with Somatic Inquiry
Disclaimer: The Feldenkrais audio lessons are provided for educational purposes only. Anything shared by the instructor including all articles, videos, photos, audio recordings, and documents of any kind is not a substitute for professional help or medical treatment. Nothing that’s provided is intended to diagnose or treat any pathology or disease of any kind. Before doing any of the movement lessons or movements described or portrayed, be sure to consult your medical practitioner. These lessons and recordings are meant to capture your full attention. Ideally lying or sitting in a calm environment. NEVER listen to these lessons while driving or operating machinery.