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INSTITUTE proudly offers Feldenkrais Method® workshops
and seminars focusing on a variety of dynamic topics. These classes
are generally open to anyone interested in learning the Feldenkrais
Method® and are designed to inspire as much
Physical therapists, massage therapists,
dancers, musicians, singers, actors, athletes and trainers have discovered
remarkable effectiveness through the Feldenkrais® workshops.
Motion and Emotion: The Feldenkrais Method® as Somatic Psychology
Dr. Frank Wildman
Through movement explorations, hands on demonstrations, and group interaction, you will discover how the
Feldenkrais Method can be used to help people suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, chronic
anxiety, as well as all those whose pain conditions are exacerbated by psychological conditions.
Thousands of people have been surprised by the transformations that occur in their posture, their way of breathing,
their basic physical self, and also the transformations that occur psychologically.
This workshop offers a novel approach in experiencing how we use our bodies and minds. The Feldenkrais
a groundbreaking technique that teaches us how to feel, and move without the constraints that bind us
to our past.
Dr. Wildman’s work led to advances in physical therapy, which have been adopted internationally by hospitals,
universities, physical and occupational therapists, and somatic psychologists.
The intended audience includes psychologists, counselors, MFCs, psychiatric nurses, social workers, and Feldenkrais
About Frank Wildman GCFT, PhD
A renowned author, speaker and educator, Dr. Frank Wildman is recognized as
a pioneering advocate for the Feldenkrais Method—a philosophy and system of movement that has
revolutionized the treatment for pain and loss of energy associated with daily activity, exercise and
aging. For nearly 40 years, Wildman has been a teacher, practitioner and mentor to countless medical
professionals, athletes, fitness experts, musicians, dancers and a host of others who have embraced
the proven health benefits of Feldenkrais.
Wildman was a young choreographer and performer with Anna Halprin's dance troupe in San Francisco
when he met Dr. Moshe Feldenkrais, the physicist, engineer and Judo Master
who developed the Feldenkrais Method, a system of movement which describes how each motion is the result
of many parts of the body working in concert with the mind. Fascinated by Feldenkrais’ philosophy
and teachings, Wildman went on to study with him for a decade while acquiring degrees in Physical Education,
Biology and Somatic Psychology.
He produces and directs numerous Feldenkrais professional trainings and is best known for his presentations
of specialized programs to public and professional audiences. His most recent materials include
Change Your Age,
Brain as the Core of Strength & Stability, and The
Improving with Age.