Elizabeth Beringer

Introduction to the Feldenkrais Method, Volume II

by Elizabeth Beringer  & David Zemach-Bersin

The second volume of the Introduction to the Feldenkrais Methodseries continues to explore a diverse variety of basic Awareness Through Movementlessons, exploring everything from Freeing the Mouthand Jawto Easier Reaching. Volume II completes the Introduction to the Feldenkrais Methodset. Although these are basic lessons, we recommended that you have some Feldenkrais experience before beginning the second volume.

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by Elizabeth Beringer  & David Zemach-Bersin

The second volume of the Introduction to the Feldenkrais Methodseries continues to explore a diverse variety of basic Awareness Through Movementlessons, exploring everything from Freeing the Mouthand Jawto Easier Reaching. Volume II completes the Introduction to the Feldenkrais Methodset. Although these are basic lessons, we recommended that you have some Feldenkrais experience before beginning the second volume.

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Specifically designed as an introduction to the basics of the Feldenkrais Method by Elizabeth Beringer and David Zemach-Bersin, two of the foremost Feldenkrais teachers, these intriguing lessons will be enjoyed by both beginners and those with experience regardless of age or ability. Each 30-minute to 45-minute lesson covers a different theme and will pleasurably take you towards greater ease of movement and well-being. Explanations of the theory and practice of the Feldenkrais Method are interwoven throughout the series making it the most accessible introduction available. Each volume contains six Awareness Through Movement lessons and a user's guide.

If you wish you may purchase both sets at a reduced cost. With the Introduction to the Feldenkrais Method Volumes I and II you will easily and quickly learn how to:

  • Move with Increased Ease and Comfort
  • Quickly Increase Your Flexibility
  • Improve Your Posture
  • Reduce Neuromuscular Pain and Discomfort
  • Eliminate Unnecessary Tension
  • Improve the Mobility of Your Neck, Back and Shoulders
  • Improve the Mobility of Your Hip Joints and Legs
  • Improve Your Movement Efficiency
  • Use Mental Imagery to Improve Movement
  1. Flexible Bending
  2. Freeing the Mouth and Jaw
  3. Balancing the Tonus of the Back
  4. Lengthening the Spine
  5. Mobilizing the Trunk
  6. Easier Reaching

Elizabeth Beringer studied and worked closely with Dr. Feldenkrais from 1976 to 1984 in both Israel and the U.S. She has been involved with the practice and development of the Feldenkrais Method for more than 30 years, including founding and editing The Feldenkrais Journal, developing educational programs and materials, and co-founding Feldenkrais Resources with David Zemach-Bersin in 1984.

Elizabeth holds a 6th-degree black belt in the martial art Aikido, which greatly informs her Feldenkrais work. Currently, she is the educational director of ongoing training programs in London, Switzerland and in California at the Feldenkrais Institute of San Diego, where she maintains her private practice.

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