Feldenkrais Moves her

Lisa came to me complaining of knee pain from arthritis. She had a desire to go on vacations and walk and bike freely. She had done arthroscopic surgery a few years ago on one knee and has not been pleased with the results. Now the other knee was bothering her a great deal. She wondered what the Feldenkrais(R) Method might do for her.

Listen in and hear straight from her as she shares how Feldenkrais moves her.

As Lisa mentions, the holistic approach of the Feldenkrais(R) Method can be valuable for not only arthritis, but low back pain, neck pain, TMJ, shoulder mobility, balance, walking, and getting the most out of life with challenging diseases such as MS, Parkinson’s Disease, post-polio syndrome, and cerebral palsy. It’s also commonly used for recovery from stroke, traumatic brain injury, or children with learning disabilities. It is effective for a wide range of needs because it is an integrative approach that fosters wellness and ease.



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Cynthia is a certified Feldenkrais practitioner, a Senior Trainer in Movement Intelligence, and a co-creator of Integral Human Gait theory. By day, she helps children and adults find easier ways to navigate life challenges and thrive. By night, she is dreaming up new options for how we can all become more fully human through awareness, curiosity, elegance and action.

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