Mindfulness, it turns out, doesn't start in your head. Recent advances in science are showing that mindfulness is actually a state of interconnected awareness that exists between the mind and body. Understanding how to access this state through mindful practices, and making such practices a part of your wellness routine, can lead to vitally important health benefits. In Meditation: State of Mind or State of Awareness, you will learn about just such a practice.
Whether you are a Fitness & Wellness Expert, a Performing Arts Educator, an Athletic Coach, or a Medical Professional you are in the business of motivating your clients or students to make healthy choices with respect to exercise and training. Nothing empowers an individual more than the process of learning.
The Body Knowledge Continuing Education Course for Movement Specialists based on the Feldenkrais Method of Somatic Education will introduce you to a deeply therapeutic mind body method. The Feldenkrais Method connects us to our ability to learn through sensory awareness. A deeper connection to the relationship between sensory awareness and learning can have a profound impact on how we function physically.
Remember the ease of movement you took for granted as a kid? Kinesthetic Edge for Golfers can help you reconnect to that effortless feeling you thought was gone forever.
Using a learning method called Awareness Through Movement®, you will experience how simple, non-strenuous movement patterns, when performed with a heightened level of kinesthetic awareness, can help to induce a state of flow.
People of all ages and fitness levels can benefit--from the novice player heading out for their first golf lesson, to professional players looking for a way to improve movement efficiency and integration without triggering tension.
Mindfulness and Movement: A Feldenkrais Method Model for Cultivating Well-being and Connection
This web journal is recommended for anyone who cares for, or works with senior citizens. It will introduce you to a programming paradigm that can help to keep seniors healthy and engaged. The paradigm is based upon the Feldenkrais Method of movement. Learn how this method can bring about positive physical, cognitive, and emotional change, and serve as a basis for life-long learning.