- August, 2017 Newsletter (4)
June, 2017 Newsletter
This series of articles has emerged to be an interesting collection of ideas relating to recovery of movement, sometimes due to illness but more often from injury.
2017 May Articles
The Two Sides of Change
Spring shows us the two sides of Change. One day we will see the grass greening and flowers emerging. Yet on the horizon are rain or show. The very next day we can have a good snowfall, suggesting winter has not left.
It is the same with personal change. One moment we feel the budding of new possibilities. And the next, a sense of regressing to previous states.
If this yo-yo shifting has happened for you, take hope in the understanding of spring -- That the weather does change and growth becomes abundant.
2017 April Articles
The Theme for our April/Spring Newsletter is listening.
In all activities, whether walking, running, swimming, playing instruments, to increase proficiency, we need to increase our ability to listen to the body.
2017 February Newsletter Articles
2017 March Articles
One aspect of being human is what Dr. Feldenkrais described as the Elusive Obvious -- some things become clear when observed in new ways. or, the clarity of understanding is associated with the clarity of seeing.
Thus I start this newsletter with the challenge to find the rabbit (hare) in the photo at left. It is a kind of metaphor for our way of seeing.
If you see it immediately, reflect on what characteristics led you to see the whole all at once? If you do not see it immediately, what characteristics do you find yourself searching for?
Some of these articles will be obvious to you, some will be a bit elusive. Some interesting, some not. In any case enjoy the whole.
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2017 January Newsletter Articles
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