Feldenkrais Guild UK — member profile


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Rona Wyatt

Masters in Educational Psychology (2003)
Masters in Public Health (1993)
Diploma in Medical Laboratory Science (1981)

Feldenkrais Training: Auckland 2002
Quaker Meeting House, 1 Whiteheads Lane
• 07796 210 714
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Classes: I offer a weekly public class on Mondays at 6pm, and Fridays at 1pm. I also offer classes for small groups with specific needs - contact me directly to discuss your needs.
Workshops: I offer workshops usually on a Saturday, 11.15am - 5.00pm. Workshops offer an intensive exploration of a specific movement or function and are open to all. See workshop listings for details.
Individual lessons: I offer 1-1 sessions by appointment usually on a Monday or Friday afternoon, however, some weekend & evening times are available.
Originally from New Zealand, I am now based in Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire. As a Feldenkrais practitioner my intention is to offer a context for personal learning and development that supports and enables participants to explore, (re)discover, expand, and/or refine their innate capacity for movement; to do the activities they love or want to do; and/or to live life more fully.
With gentleness, attentiveness, and playful curiosity unimaginable possibilities exist for each of us to learn and develop using movement as a playground for self-discovery; as a mirror of our self-expression in the world; and as a medium through which to connect more fully with the power and potency of our being. These possibilities are available to each of us, if we so choose, whether we come to the Feldenkrais method seeking 1) relaxation; 2) to engage more fully with our sense of potential; 3) to meet a specific challenge such as adjusting to changing life circumstances, and/or recovering from injury and illness; 4) to improve our performance in a specific activity/setting e.g. at work, in a sport, or a performing art.
In addition to working as a Feldenkrais practitioner, I am actively involved in the study, practice and teaching of meditation and Shambhala Buddhism; organic gardening, biodynamics and permaculture; bee-keeping; community involvement and social action; and travel.