The Feldenkrais Method is named after the nuclear physicist, engineer and Judo teacher Dr. Moshé Feldenkrais. Through decades of research in the fields of anatomy, neurology, physiology, sociology and developmental psychology, he developed a method that starts from movement and focuses on the connection between muscle activity and the nervous system and the interactions of thinking, moving, sensation, emotion, conscious perception and motivation.
He noted that the nervous system is primarily involved with movement and that a person's ability to move depends substantially on their perception. According to his understanding, movement and its improvement offers the most direct way to increase a person's overall quality of life and to positively affect personality development. His understanding of movement as a function arising from intention does justice to the complexity of every human being and is wholly relevant today.
"We do not deal with the bones, muscles, fascia - but the C.N.S.*" M. F.
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