You want to grow... and you want to help others grow. .. this very special workshop provides new skills, awarenesses and insights.
This is a unique opportunity to study for two days with Julie Peck, a top professional and internationally recognized teacher.
- Further your understanding of movement and healing.
- Learn an exciting methodology compatible with many helping professions
- Learn a new way of understanding your own self-care
- Learn new techniques to share with your clients
The workshop has two topics, one for each day.
Day One – Sensing Skeletal Support. The one constant in our lives from the moment we are born is gravity. Our skeletons are designed to counteract this force to enable us to move easily in the world. Therefore the way we organize our skeletons within this constant ‘force’ will influence everything we do as we act in and on the world around us.
As you sense the support from your skeleton, you discover how this changes your sense of yourself and your possibilities for moving and acting in the world ......In other words, find your ‘lightness of being’!
Come along and explore ways of ‘finding’ your skeleton, and find the lightness, ease and possibilities that come as a result.
Day Two – Learning to Learn – we are all learning beings throughout our lives, and our ability to understand the HOW of learning can greatly influence our quality of acting and interacting in the world.
- How do we feel satisfied?
- How do we know we have done enough?
- How do we cope with frustration?
- How do we find different possibilities?
- How do we find the JOY of learning.
Come along and find ways to enrich and enhance your life and discover the wonder of becoming a lifelong learner.
This workshop was originally recorded in Calgary, March 14 & 15, 2020, then re-broadcast for participants in Toronto. During the re-broadcast, Julie provided additional live introduction and discussion, which enriched the experience of the participants. Some of that discussion was recorded and is available in this online version.
Julie Peck, the Educational Director of the Kelowna Feldenkrais Teacher Training, is know for working collaboratively with colleagues and students. Julie graduated from the Sydney Feldenkrais training in 1990, became an accredited Feldenkrais trainer in 2003, and also has a background in physiotherapy. She finds her private practice (where she works with a wide range of clients), her teaching in numerous trainings and advanced trainings, and sharing learning experiences with colleagues, clients and students are the main sources of her continual learning.She has found her journey in the Feldenkrais Method over the last 25 years has enhanced and refined her abilities in innumerable ways, particularly in stimulating her ability to direct her own discoveries and learning, and to share this with others.
PreviewLetting the Learning Continue (2:08)
StartPart 1: Introduction to the Workshop and an Exploration in Standing (39:49)
StartPart 2 - ATM 1: Folding in Many Ways, Q & A with Discussion (74:26)
StartPart 3 - ATM 2 (See-Saw Breathing, Part 1) (52:25)
StartPart 4: ATM3 and demonstrations (58:30)
StartPart 5: Your Hands-on Practice (9:22)
StartPart 6: ATM, Demonstrations and closing (21:27)
StartPart 7: Begin Day 2 with Questions and Discussion -- And a Task (35:48)
StartPart 8: What Supports Learning? (Lecture & questions) (31:01)
StartPart 9: ATM 5 - applying Learning processes (45:21)
StartPart 10: ATM 6: Quieting Ourselves, or "Surgeon's Hands" (39:04)
StartPart 11: The Sensory System (13:48)
StartPart 12: ATM 7: Differentiate the Eyes, Head and Shoulders (33:59)
StartPart 13: ATM 8-Connect Head and Pelvis, improve lying to standing (54:08)