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Playing music places the highest demands on the body, its flexibility, its coordinated interplay with the instrument; it requires a control and differentiation of movement that are precise to the last millimeter and millisecond. The more economical and lighter movement is, the better the musical result, the health of the movement apparatus and, of course, one's own general state and sense of security.
Playing freely, discerningly and lightly (especially with the instrument of the voice) requires an alert awareness of the body and the optimum use of the entire body in conjunction with the instrument. What is crucial to this is the interplay of movement and perception. Only those who know exactly what they are doing, can control it. Ideas and actual execution often deviate considerably.

"We act not as our body is, but what we feel of it." M.F.

In the Feldenkrais Method, we pursue the fine interplay of musculature, skeleton and nervous system, specifically training attention to the body so that constraining patterns and habits of movement can be recognized and changed. Attention to the path and one's own well-being are essential to this. It is basically a matter of increasing overall flexibility through an improved understanding of how the body organizes movement. This is very individual – even though we all have more or less the same structure. One's own perception and the deployment of movement can thus be made more precise and improved. Flexibility, breathing, coordination and efficiency can be optimized in this way, thus countering and preventing strain and easing learning.