I currently teach a public Awareness Through Movement class on Monday at noon at the Dance Annex, 527 Bloor St. West, Toronto.
Locations, times, and rates for fall classes in 2013: Download the schedule (PDF).
I will be teaching a mini-workshop, Walking, Part 1: A Feldenkrais Workshop, Sunday, October 20 at the Dance Annex, 527 Bloor St. West, Toronto, from 10 to 1.
If you would like to improve your ease and comfort walking (or running, or dancing . . .), this workshop will help you:
- Refine your balance and stability in walking
- Improve the connection between your feet and pelvis
- Clarify the diagonal relationship of shoulders to hips
- Bring greater freedom to your chest and upper back
- Move more fluidly, gracefully and pleasurably!
No experience with Feldenkrais needed. Please contact me for information or to register. More workshops will be coming up!
Contact Susan Free to discuss creating a series of classes or workshops for your group.
Here are a few workshops from last year:
Lighter, Effortless Arms
A workshop series for the Artists’ Health Alliance, Fall 2012
Artists of all kinds use their arms in skillful and nuanced ways, but over time can develop painful impediments to easy movement. Through gentle, structured movement explorations, Feldenkrais Awareness Through Movement can help you discover new ways to connect and support the movement of your arms through your whole body, and move with more lightness and fluidity.
A half-day workshop for the Feldenkrais Centre, Fall 2011
In this workshop, we use gentle Awareness Through Movement lessons of the jaw, tongue, lips, eyes and neck, to soften and release habitual holding and discover more freedom of expression. We discover how the face is an important locus of function, expression—and habit.
A series of workshops for the Feldenkrais Centre
Walking is a great way to get outside and exercise, but over time we may develop habits that can limit and even injure us. Our balance may be compromised, and our back, feet and hips may feel sore and tight. Feldenkrais Awareness Through Movement can help you put the spring back in your step.