In my 30 years of practice as a Feldenkrais Teacher, rarely have I met a person who wasn’t interested in improving the quality of their life.
Everyone would like to move with greater efficacy and elegance.

You were not given the operating manual for how your body/mind works. Unlike other animals that are born with their basic movement patterns in place at birth, you must acquire your self-organization. It takes a long apprenticeship with gravity and the environment to integrate your musculo-skeletal system and your nervous system, with the physical and social environment in which you live.

Gravity and the conditions you were raised in govern how you live and move. As you grow, you tend acquire patterns of behavior that profoundly affect your comfort. Injury and pain place significant stress on your body. It takes a lot of learning and diligent practice to rid your self of inefficient patterns of movement, compensations, and ways of moving that work against your living with ease. The patterns you live with will not be given up until you acquire a better way of acting to replace the old.

With Jeff Haller you learn to explore, develop, and refine yourself bringing out the latent potential for improving your comfort that exists within you. With Jeff, you will be become the author of your own success whether it is to overcome injury, refine skills, be they artistic or athletic, or simply live more comfortably in your body as you age. It takes great internal resources to be comfortable and meet the demands that life places on you.

The work of Jeff Haller is based upon the Feldenkrais Method®

Pioneered by Israeli scientist Moshe Feldenkrais, the Feldenkrais Method offers you a novel, unique, and profound way to examine your habitual and often limiting ways of acting. Through attending to your self in movement, you discover how to improve the quality your actions in life. It is nice to live and move in a way that is pleasing to you.

Watch an Introduction to the Feldenkrais Method on [YouTube].

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