We hope you had a chance to do Alice's Awareness Through Movement lesson: Rolling Right and Left.
To listen to our discussion about the learning meta-theme in the lesson, click here.
These discussions may stimulate questions for you as you listen. We’d love to hear what you’re thinking and what questions arise. You can share these by commenting below the video.
You have probably read a lot in our posts about the upcoming workshops in September.
Here is more news about events around these workshops:
Nanaimo, B.C. September 21 & 22 Gisele will also be doing short presentations on Gabriola Island and in Nanaimo before the workshop.
Vernon, B.C. September 28 & 29 Gisele will also be doing short events in Kelowna, B.C. before the Vernon workshop.
You can always check our Events page to find out about future workshops, webinars and events, and to see all the details as they become available.
This post brings us to an expanded newsletter posting in which several topics are covered.
First, the ATM. Alice, a core member of our team, is an Assistant Trainer and has a very refined way of leading our intention in lessons. She is part of the teaching team and is a real treasure as a teacher. She has shared with us a lesson taught live. Consequently you may notice outside sounds, and occasionally her voice is a bit faint when she is away from the microphone. Never fear - in no time you will again be following her theme of rolling.
Through the gentle process of increasing awareness, you will find your upper torso, shoulders, neck and back become softer, more supple. Then, when you stand, you will discover a new you! Click here to listen to the recording.
Click to listen to the lesson.
Second, Check your Calendar for upcoming workshops. Gisele is travelling to Nanaimo mid-September, and to Vernon the final week of September. Click here to go to the Events section of the website to get the details of the workshops.
Enjoy Cathy Lidster's touching story about her first encounter of the Feldenkrais Method for her mother and how this led her to become a practitioner herself in this short 2-1/2 minute video.
I loved playing outside and got involved in all kinds of activities. I water-skied, wind surfed, kayaked, fished, played in the woods, in and on the lake all summer, every summer. In the winter I skied and built forts with my brothers and sister and just generally had a grand old time.
School wasn’t hard for me. I remember telling my parents at some point that I figured school could be two months long and summer break could be 10 months long — and kids could still get the same amount of school work done. Yes, I had a smart-aleck streak!
Finding My Passion
It's Canada Day and...
We're thrilled to be able to share some great news about the new Canadian Training: Kelowna Feldenkrais Teacher Training, starting June 7, 2020...
The Kelowna Feldenkrais Teacher Training Program is now accredited by the North American Training Accreditation Board (NATAB).
The reason this is a big deal is because all Feldenkrais Trainings must be approved by a regional accreditation board to ensure that the high standards of these trainings are being maintained all over the world.
But what really has us excited is...
We are passionate about the Feldenkrais® Method and have talked about the possibility of a Feldenkrais Training in Canada for many years (the last one finished in Victoria 2014). We believe that now the conditions are just right for us to get this new training happening!
All Feldenkrais trainings around the world must meet the same exacting standards to maintain the consistency and quality of practice. Thus, we are applying for accreditation through the **North American Training Accreditation Board** of the Feldenkrais Guild. We are also gathering the necessary data for Provincial registration as a post-secondary school. We will keep you informed of our progress.
Curious about the Training Requirements?
Are you curious about what is involved to become a Feldenkrais Practitioner? Or the standards for setting up a Training? Many of your general questions about the training are covered by the Feldenkrais Guild of North America in an easy-to read online document click here.
The Kelowna Feldenkrais Training started with a dream, and is coming together through daily and weekly work by the team.