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The Feldenkrais Method by Natural Health Posted Sun 14 Sep 2008 2:52am The Feldenkrais method is very similar to the Alexander technique in that it encourages an awareness of the way in which you use your body and enables you to use it in a natural and more efficient way. The main differences are that Feldenkrais method is based on the premise that working on any part of the body will influence the whole, whereas Al ... Read on »
FELDENKRAIS METHOD FOR MUSCULAR PAIN… by Barmac Posted Fri 27 Jan 2012 5:17am Feldenkrais offers a unique and practical way to realise our potential more fully. It is a system of physical education that is designed to encourage body awareness, improve flexibility and enhance well being. Sometimes gentle manipulation is also used. It is named after its originator, Moshe Feldenkrais (1904-1984), an engineer and ... Read on »
The Essential 4 Series: Various Methods for Good Posture II by Drea D. Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 23 Oct 2008 6:05pm In my last post, I said that I will talk to you about the Feldenkrais Method and Pilates next. There is a slight change in plan. This post, I will talk about the Feldenkrais Method and Chiropractic Medicine. Before I get on with "the show," I want to say a couple of things: 1. I have many plans for you (my readers, my friends, my family, ... Read on »
The Essential 4 Series: Various Methods for Posture Health by Drea D. Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 23 Oct 2008 6:05pm UPDATE 1/18/08 - After putting up this blog, I finally found some more information. Time restraints were the main cause for the delay. Updates to this blog will be put in a link format so that you can go directly to the site for the reference. In previous posts, I would talk about my shoulder and the various pains I would have. When my shou ... Read on »
Alternative Pain Management by Christine from WI Patient Expert Posted Fri 17 Oct 2008 7:28am If you're like me, you may be very concerned about taking prescribed pain management drugs because of the of side-effects they can cause. Long term use of over-the-counter analgesics and anti-inflammatories can also cause health problems like digestive disorders and liver damage. You may want to consider asking your doctor about altern ... Read on »
Massage, spinal manipulation help manage chronic pain by Dr. John Z. Medical Doctor Posted Fri 15 Jan 2010 12:00am Published January 15th, 2010 in , , , , , , Massage, spinal manipulation and other hands-on approaches can safely and effectively help with pain management. The January 2010 issue of Mayo Clinic W ... Read on »
Friday Five Day! by Laury@TheFitnessDish Posted Fri 17 Sep 2010 2:00am Incorporating mind-body exercises into your exercise routine is one of the most beneficial things you could do for yourself! It has been shown to reduce anxiety, stress, improve sleep, enhance your mood, and even keep your weight under control! 1. The Feldenkrais Method This is something very, very new ... Read on »
Imagination. Friend or foe? by Treya Posted Wed 18 May 2011 12:00am Hey People, Friend or Foe? I would say a bit of both. Our imaginations are powerful tools and can be put to great use for us. Take visualization for instance. They say that our minds have a great power over our bodies, down to a cellular level. Now, I have a VERY active imagination, but I’ve never really enjoyed visualization. However, ... Read on »
Slow, Slowly and Sloooooooower by YogaLia Patient Expert Posted Sun 02 May 2010 12:00am Substitute teacher this morning, the lovely Allison Linamen , whom I have taken from before and, whoo boy is she lovely. She's a dancer turned yogi (my favorite! They're always just so lean and long and lovely to look at), and she is an alignment nerd (which I am quickly becoming myself), so I was happy to see her. She had apparent ... Read on »
Neuroplasticity: What the Heck is a Plastic Brain? by John Robson by Ali Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Thu 15 Oct 2009 10:04pm I've blogged about the miraculous subject of neuroplasticity before. I just stumbled upon this article written by a new "friend" that I've made along this wonderful journey I'm on, with my son and hydranencephaly. I "met" John Robson in my pursuit for alternative therapies/treatments...he is a practitioner of the Anat Baniel Method & Feldenkrais ... Read on »