David Zemach-Bersin

Finding the Skeletal Path: Advanced Awareness Through Movement I

With David Zemach-Bersin

The exercises are based on advanced lessons taught at a special class for teachers, by Dr. Feldenkrais in Israel. Some of the lessons are complex and physically challenging and will thus provide an exciting learning opportunity for the experienced student. Understanding skeletal support is essential for light and easy movement and for efficiency in Functional Integration. Finding The Skeletal Pathoffers five extended Awareness Through Movement lessons that will challenge you and lead you to improved organization and ease of movement.

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With David Zemach-Bersin

The exercises are based on advanced lessons taught at a special class for teachers, by Dr. Feldenkrais in Israel. Some of the lessons are complex and physically challenging and will thus provide an exciting learning opportunity for the experienced student. Understanding skeletal support is essential for light and easy movement and for efficiency in Functional Integration. Finding The Skeletal Pathoffers five extended Awareness Through Movement lessons that will challenge you and lead you to improved organization and ease of movement.
 
Please note that this is an advanced series and we highly recommend that you have extensive experience with Awareness Through Movement.

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  1. Integrated Advanced Turning
  2. Advanced Arching
  3. Improved Posture
  4. Elongating the Spine
  5. Weightless Standing
David Zemach-Bersin is one of Dr. Feldenkrais’s first American students, and a graduate of Feldenkrais’s first U.S. training, in San Francisco in 1977. David studied with Dr Feldenkrais from 1973-1984 in the U.S., England and Israel. He is recognized for his Functional Integration skills and his devotion to sharing Dr. Feldenkrais's original teaching.

In addition to studies with Dr. Feldenkrais, David studied extensively in Israel and the U.S. with Gaby Yaron, one of Feldenkrais’s very original students. He directs Feldenkrais Training Programs in New York City and Washington/Baltimore. A graduate of the University of California with extensive postgraduate work in physiological psychology.

David is the co-author of Relaxercise (HarperCollins), and has created a number of popular Feldenkrais audio programs. He is a past president of the Feldenkrais Guild®, co-founder of Feldenkrais Resources, the Feldenkrais Institute of New York and the Feldenkrais Foundation, a nonprofit dedicated to research and bringing the Feldenkrais Method to underserved populations. David teaches widely and is creating a virtual center at FeldenkraisAccess.com. David and his wife Kaethe, have three grown children and live in Bucks County, Pennsylvania.

 

 

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