Coordinating Balance (Audio only)
Find the feeling of effortless movement and sense of balance arise when all our systems work in an integrated way.Watch Promo
The ability to remain balanced in our ever-changing world requires a coordination that is in a state of refinement over our lifetime. The Feldenkrais Method of Somatic Education provides precise tools for such continuous self-study and leads to ever broader skills that bring more balance to life. The practical movement explorations called Awareness Through Movement® reveal something innate in all human beings; the ability to learn ever more efficient ways of going about any activity of daily life.
Feldenkrais lessons mine the richness of evolutionary and developmental modes of locomotion and unlock their potential for improving ones ability to find your feet well-grounded while standing tall and moving.
This workshop is for you if you:
- Are curious about how to improve your sense of ease in life
- Like to learn new useful things
- Want to further your understanding of being human
- Want to experience new ways to improve performance (athletics, performing arts, arts, etc.)
- Would like to be part of a profession that truly helps others achieve
- Are considering a Feldenkrais training and becoming a Feldenkrais Practitioner
Come and join Anastasi, one of the teaching staff of the upcoming Kelowna Feldenkrais Training and discover how you can move into a more balanced and easeful life using the Feldenkrais Method.
Anastasi is a Greek-Australian well known for his expertise in structural anatomy gained through studies and teaching in diverse fields such as marine cell biology, modern dance, and biotensegrity. Anastasi completed his Feldenkrais training in Sydney, Australia. In 1997 he moved to New York City where he studied NLP and at the Laban/Bartenieff Institute of Movement Studies, where he currently teaches Kinesthetic Anatomy. Anastasi has been assisting in the training of new Feldenkrais practitioners in NYC continuously since 1998, as well as working as a visiting assistant trainer for programs in Boston, Baltimore, Vienna/Austria, Tokyo/Japan, Dalian/China, and Greece. His unique approach to the Feldenkrais Method has been well received in the USA, Australia, China, Japan, Greece, and Austria.