Gain Better Balance with Feldenkrais

Balance is often taken for granted until….

Sneakily you realize climbing up and down the ladder, stepping on and off an escalator, or walking on an uneven surface isn’t what it used to be.

Don’t accept that reality.

Cynthia Allen’s top 3 reasons for poor balance:

  • Habitual movement
  • Stiff joints
  • A balance boring environment

You can definitely do something about all three of those with somatic approaches like the Feldenkrais Method, Bones for Life, and Movement Intelligence which are anything but boring.

Animals balancing

You may have seen Cynthia’s popular balance video

Or you may have seen PBS’ Next Avenue article on Balance

Edmund Lawler’s article features Cynthia’s expertise on balance for people over the age of 50.

Ready for more with Cynthia’s
7-Day Better Balance challenge?

Cynthia will:

  • Expertly guide you to Better Balance using her knowledge of how the human body/mind works.
  • Provide an exclusive short movement video for each day.
  • Include information you will have never heard before about walking, reaching, and falling based in Integral Human Gait theory.

Sign up now. It starts on Tuesday, May 31st.

Cynthia Allen Feldenkrais Practitioner waving ribbons

Cynthia Allen (that is her on the left in the turquoise) has been playing with learning through movement for many years now. She is a Feldenkrais practitioner, Senior Trainer in Movement Intelligence, Bones for Life teacher and co-creator of Integral Human Gait theory.

She has a passion for helping individuals realize their potential and increase pleasure through movement in their lives. Her work respects individual differences while helping people safely test the boundaries of what is possible.