The New York Times has put Feldenkrais on their radar:


The Feldenkrais Guild published my article for practitioners trans clients.

The Elusively Obvious: Choice; gender, [dis]ambiguity, social influence, and self-determination”

by Kate Conroy from The Feldenkrais Guild of North American, November 13, 2015.

In The Elusive Obvious (Meta Publications, 1981) we, as practitioners, are coached by Moshe on basic principles of the Feldenkrais Method®. His Introduction focuses on self-propulsion and its centrality to human experience; when we govern our own direction we feel better, less anxious, more human and alive. This self-direction sets us apart from other living organisms. Further, facilitating self-directed movement draws us together in support of one another, which makes for a better society.

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