Body movement as it evolves

By | August 22, 2010

Just got this update in the email.

As most of you know, I follow Feldenkrais information as a part of my quest to help Nisarga learn and grow naturally. I have been following “The next twenty five years” which is an ambitious film project for documenting the evolution of the work of Moshe Feldenkrais. This is a clip they have released of baby Liv, which conveys so clearly the process of physical learning right from the relaxed and random to the easy accomplishment of the intentional.

Truly, if you have a child, are involved with children, or are lucky enough that the child in you is alive and kicking well, this one is an insight. You can see clearly how the movements build on the learnings from the effort so far and refine them. It also is an insight into how effortless a Feldenkrais movement can be if you stop “doing movements” and get into discovery.

Learning to move


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