Moshe Feldenkrais

San Francisco Evening Class Workshop, Volume III

When Moshe Feldenkrais visited San Francisco to conduct his first U.S. training program he held a popular Awareness Through Movement class for the general public. The class included people with a wide range of abilities and backgrounds. Dr. Feldenkrais builds the lessons up systematically so that one continually has the pleasure of doing something at the end that didn't seem possible in the beginning.

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With Moshe Feldenkrais
When Moshe Feldenkrais visited San Francisco to conduct his first U.S. training program he held a popular Awareness Through Movement class for the general public. The class included people with a wide range of abilities and backgrounds. Dr. Feldenkrais builds the lessons up systematically so that one continually has the pleasure of doing something at the end that didn't seem possible in the beginning. This is the only recorded series of public lessons that we have, taught in English by Feldenkrais himself.  We recommend that you have some prior experience with the the Feldenkrais movement lessons before ordering this series.

Volume I is one of our best-selling CD program and Volume II and III have the same outstanding clarity and high quality. There are 12 audio lessons in this volume. Whether you are experienced or a beginner with Awareness Through Movement you will be amazed with the results from each of the exercises and feel the improvements immediately. Each exercise is easy-to-do and attends to a different aspect of human movement.

San Francisco Evening Workshop series is available in three volumes. There are 32 lessons in the entire series.

Please Note:
These CDs were produced from the original taped recording from Moshe Feldenkrais in 1976. Even though the sound has been greatly improved with today's technology, there is still some noise that could not be eliminated.
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Lesson Titles
  1. Lecture: What is Human?
  2. Free Hip Joints
  3. A Longer Spine
  4. The Pelvis Frees the Neck
  5. A Flexible Spine in Sitting
  6. Advanced Bending
  7. Advanced Jelly Pudding
  8. New Rolling to Sit
  9. Advanced Rolling to Sit
  10. Improving the Knees
  11. Advanced Turning
  12. Freeing the Legs

Moshe Feldenkrais, D. Sc. (1904 - 1984) began developing what has become known as the Feldenkrais Method after he sustained a crippling knee injury while working in England during World War II. His own recovery process and subsequent wide-ranging research resulted in the creation of a unique educational system that incorporated his background in physics, Judo, and a lifelong interest in human development. By the end of Dr. Feldenkrais’s life, the Feldenkrais Method had gained an International reputation and he had trained a significant number of teachers. The Method that bears his name continues to evolve and spread across the globe.

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