Jerry Karzen

Knees on Floor, Torso on the Table

by Jerry Karzen

These ATM lessons were originally developed by Jerry Karzen to inspire the students in his Feldenkrais Professional Training Programs to design their own Functional Integration lessons, and they will surely deepen your understanding of working in this unique situation.
The position of kneeling over the table for Functional Integration is one of Moshe’s great insights. The position provides the context for powerful and effective lessons in a comfortable and non-habitual context.

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by Jerry Karzen

These ATM lessons were originally developed by Jerry Karzen to inspire the students in his Feldenkrais Professional Training Programs to design their own Functional Integration lessons, and they will surely deepen your understanding of working in this unique situation.
The position of kneeling over the table for Functional Integration is one of Moshe’s great insights. The position provides the context for powerful and effective lessons in a comfortable and non-habitual context.

Please Note:
All lessons in this series are done over a low table or bed, with knees on the floor and torso on the table. The table needs to be low enough that the natural arch in the lower back is maintained.

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Jerry Karzen studied with Moshe Feldenkrais at the FeldenkraisInstitute in Tel-Aviv from 1976-1983. During those years he was Dr. Feldenkrais' personal traveling companion, secretary, and close friend.
 
Since 1980 Jerry has been the organizer or Educational Director for 25 Feldenkrais Training Programsin 9 countries, and has been a Visiting Trainer for numerous other programs. He is currently the Educational Director for Feldenkraistrainings in New Zealand, Germany, and Brasil.

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