Feldenkrais

Date: Tuesday, 11/05/2021
Time: 11.00am–12.00pm

Location:  Online workshop

Join this session to get a practical introduction and a gentle ‘try out’ in the Feldenkrais Method. The Feldenkrais Method is a form of movement education that uses gentle movement and directed attention to enhance your functioning. The foundation of this method, supported by research into neuroplasticity, is your ability to learn new actions throughout your life. Your brain has the ability to change habitual ways of moving and thinking.

Feldenkrais can complement traditional physiotherapy and exercise classes to reduce pain; improve posture, coordination and balance; promote fuller easier breathing; improve attention, thinking ability, and emotional resilience.

Our facilitator for this session is Sally Low from the Salamander Centre in Newport. Sally is a fully accredited practitioner in the Feldenkrais Method graduating in 1991. She is also a rehabilitation physiotherapist.

Complete registration for this event via our Eventbrite listing via the link below:

Register for the Counterpart Feldenkrais session

Registrations close 5pm Monday 10 May.

During this workshop you will be asked to use the camera on your device for safety purposes.

This workshop is for women who have been affected by breast or gynaecological cancer.

Last Updated: 15 April, 2021 9:31 am