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Chapter from a book “Brain’s Way Of Healing” by Norman Doidge

Quality of Movement is Quality of Life (my recent Medium article)

Personal experiences with Feldenkrais, written by my students:
Try the Feldenkrais Method: for when you are sick and tired, of being sick… and tired.
Ignore the Magazines, You are Enough
Let the Journey Begin

Tai Chi and The Feldenkrais Method Article by Ralph Strauch. that outlines connections between these two wonderful practices. I especially love the following quote: “No matter how long you observe a tangible object like a painting, no matter how much you learn by doing so, the observation does not change the painting. But movement is a self-correcting process, and simply becoming aware of how you move will itself improve your movement. Indeed, improvement may come faster and more easily if you don’t attempt to consciously direct it but allow it to happen by itself.”

Yoga and Feldenkrais:

Dealing with Chronic Pain:
A different way to relieve years of back pain – Washington Post Article
New York Times Artcle