Feldenkrais in Atlanta

Marathon runner pain-free!

Do You Feel Like:

  • You live with pain, injury, or dysfunction that just won’t get better no matter what you do?
  • You can’t improve at a sport or exercise, even with coaching?
  • Routine activities that used to be easy somehow have become physically challenging?

Try Something Truly Different!

Using the Feldenkrais Method® (fel‘-den-krice), we guide you into learning how to move well and feel well. Your activities become a lot easier and much more comfortable. You make quick progress, and the results last!

 

Gentle Lessons, Powerful Results.

Feldenkrais® is firmly grounded in the science of neuroplasticity.  Conducted in a relaxing, distraction-free environment, our lessons direct you through sequences of easy movement and self-observation to build your kinesthetic awareness.

You gain superior control of your body and function with optimal ease and efficiency!

Two Ways To Learn

If you’re dealing with limitations from pain, injury, or a medical condition, or if you have performance issues with specific activities, we recommend private lessons.

If you’re interested in improving the way you perform all your activities, you’ll enjoy group lessons.

Next Steps:

Call or Email now to schedule your consultation!

 

Feldenkrais Method®, Feldenkrais®, Functional Integration®, and Awareness Through Movement® are trademarks registered by the Feldenkrais Guild of North America.

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When Exercise Doesn’t Work – Part 1

 

Banging-your-head-against-aHave you ever had an exercise program that just didn’t work because it didn’t feel good,  it didn’t accomplish what it was supposed to, or it was something inconvenient you’d have to do for the rest of your life in order to maintain the results? Frequently, the actions we’re told will help us improve turn out to be the very things we avoid because they’re unpleasant, and in some cases even injurious.

My first experience with learning to racewalk typified this. The drills and techniques I practiced led to a disabling hamstring pull.1  However, my second attempt two years later, using the very same exercises, resulted in great success.  How could this be?

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