International Feldenkrais Week 2010

7 Tips — 7 Lessons
The first International Feldenkrais Week took place 22 - 28 May 2010, focusing attention on the Method both locally and nationally.The centrepiece of the week was a series of short Awareness Through Movement lessons — one for each day, based on this article: Seven tips for Better Posture.
 
The lessons remain available here — share them with your friends and family; help spread the word that, through the pleasurable physical riddles of the Feldenkrais Method, we can improve the quality of living.
 

LESSON 1: Come to your Senses
by Scott Clark; 19 minutes
   
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LESSON 2: It's not a Position
by Nikhila Mary Ludlow; 20 minutes
   
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LESSON 3: Bones do it Better
by Victoria Worsley; 16 minutes
   
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LESSON 4: Balance = Neutral = Rest
by Shelagh O'Neill; 17 minutes
   
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LESSON 5: Breathe
by Maggy Burrowes; 23 minutes
   
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LESSON 6: Move from your Centre ... what's that?
by Caroline Scott; 15 minutes
   
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LESSON 7: Every Movement is a Movement of the Whole Person
by Sabine Schmid Blackaby; 18 minutes
   
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We are grateful to Alonetone, the Internet Archive & Chirbit for hosting the audio files.
 
Other Recordings
The recordings from other International Feldenkrais Weeks may be found here: Audio Library