Weekly classes on Zoom – see Group classes for more detail
Mondays 10.00-11.10 GMT – Small Movements Feldenkrais
Wednesdays 18.00-19.15 GMT – Awareness Through Movement
I am Kristin Fredricksson, a Feldenkrais practitioner – Felden-what? you may ask! Don’t worry about the name – here’s what you need to know.
I help people improve their movement skills, alleviate pain and address chronic and life-destroying conditions. I work with actors, dancers, musicians and sports people to improve their performance. But this is only the surface.
This work transforms lives.
When you take care of your need to feel good and to be free from pain, you make a gift to the world; the gift of your better self.
It happens in group classes, hands-on individual sessions and workshops.
Feldenkrais Method is suitable for all ages and abilities – from babies and children (one-on-one) to the very fit and healthy to older people or those living with a range of conditions.
Some of the things I help people with are chronic pain, RSI, stroke, neurological disorders, migraine, MS, fibromyalgia, ME, scoliosis, whiplash, plantar fasciitis, rehabilitation from injury and pregnancy related mobility issues.
Feldenkrais is not a medical practice – it a mode of somatic education; it complements traditional healthcare.
You can begin to change the way you move in your first lesson – make the impossible possible and pleasurable! You can:
- improve your flexibility, balance and coordination
- breathe more easily, feel more relaxed, sleep better
- feel more alive
- learn about yourself, your habits and how to move beyond them
- improve your performance in sports, the martial arts, dance, theatre or music.
- learn to move like a child again!
Available at the Beaney Library, Canterbury:
‘Elusive Obvious: The Convergence of Movement, Neuroplasticity & Health’ and
‘Body Awareness as Healing Therapy: The Case of Nora’
by Moshe Feldenkrais
‘Mindful Spontaneity’ by Ruthy Alon
‘Awareness Heals’ by Steven Shafarman
‘Feldenkrais for Actors’ by Victoria Worsley
‘Moshe Feldenkrais Biography Volume 1’ by Mark Reese
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