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Feldenkrais for Life Podcast

Donna Ray and Al Wadleigh

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In each episode, we discuss ideas and experiences about the Feldenkrais Method®. You will learn skills that move you from pain to comfort, anxiety to ease, explore learning and spark creativity. Check it out! You will like what you hear.
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This podcast is full of originally crafted classes by Sarah Baumert. It is an intersection of her yoga teaching and training in the Feldenkrais® method. Classes include sensory rich movement experiences for a more resilient and healthy nervous system to help you feel a greater sense of ease and comfort in yourself.
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Sarah has been creating podcast classes since 2007. Listen to free yoga and Feldenkrais® classes to support your home practice. Each podcast is an originally crafted class taught by Sarah Baumert. Episodes range in length, level and style. Sarah's teaching is alignment based, unhurried, and rich with somatic inquiries. Her cueing is effective, easy to follow, and uses visualizations of postures to allow for unexpected growth and depth. You will find live unplugged versions of her classes, as ...
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Feldenkrais: Moving into the Unknown

Heidi Carroll, Kym McGregor and Libby Murray

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Our conversations explore embodying human potential. We dive deeply into the connections between the sensory body, the cognitive mind and emotional intelligence - and specifically the relevance of the Feldenkrais Method today. Join us if you are a Feldenkrais enthusiast, movement teacher, philosopher or interested in your own human evolution. Feldenkrais: Moving into the Unknown is led by Heidi Carroll, Kym McGregor and Libby Murray, embodied scientists who are currently training to be Felde ...
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Feldenkrais Access Podcast - David Zemach-Bersin

Feldenkrais Access with David Zemach-Bersin

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To help you through challenging times, David Zemach-Bersin has recorded five free Soothe & Calm audio exercises. Safe and short, these sensory-learning exercises are 18-25 minutes long and will bring your brain and body back to a relaxed, restorative neurological state.
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Hi, I'm Jeffrey and I am a Feldenkrais Method and Kinēsa practitioner. Feldenkrais and Kinesa are somatic practices that focus primarily on helping people become aware of the invisible, habitual choices they make. What we don't know we're doing is where the gold is. Through experimentation, you can find new and better choices. We use movement as the primary vehicle for exploration. But why movement? People are numb and disconnected from their bodies. Movement is connected with and influences ...
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Episode 107: Today I am going to share a lesson that introduces us to how the hip and shoulder joints relate to our spine, and how they coordinate for walking. This is an intro class for the Feldenkrais Walking Series: Walking From Your Spine. The context for this series is to learn about how our limbs and our spine move in relation to each other. …
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Episode 107: Today I am going to share a lesson that introduces us to how the hip and shoulder joints relate to our spine, and how they coordinate for walking. This is an intro class for the Feldenkrais Walking Series: Walking From Your Spine. The context for this series is to learn about how our limbs and our spine move in relation to each other. …
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What can interoception, body scanning, and proprioception reveal about your overall "body budget"? We try a left eye awareness lesson as an example. Visit https://AchievingExcellence.com and https://DonnaRay.com to learn more about Donna and Al and to explore our class and product offerings. Visit the show website: https://FeldenkraisforLife.com.…
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When should we use willpower versus effortless flow in practicing movement? We explore how willpower decreases as ability increases and how too much willful effort gets in our way. Visit https://AchievingExcellence.com and https://DonnaRay.com to learn more about Donna and Al and to explore our class and product offerings. Visit the show website: h…
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Mindful movement can create greater harmony between the voluntary and autonomic nervous systems. We discuss this important brain-body connection for wellbeing. Visit https://AchievingExcellence.com and https://DonnaRay.com to learn more about Donna and Al and to explore our class and product offerings. Visit the show website: https://Feldenkraisfor…
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Answering listener questions on topics like yoga, emotional release in practice, and why we don't stretch in the Feldenkrais Method®. Visit https://AchievingExcellence.com and https://DonnaRay.com to learn more about Donna and Al and to explore our class and product offerings. Visit the show website: https://FeldenkraisforLife.com.…
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On today's episode, we are examining the big picture, specifically focusing on awareness and choice, and how both are crucial for leadership. We inherit our physical bodies and patterns from our families and culture at large, as well as from our direct experiences. Until we become aware of our patterns, they simply appear familiar and normal to us.…
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How do convergent and divergent styles of thinking relate to creativity? We explore how Feldenkrais Awareness Through Movement lessons can stimulate flexible, creative problem-solving. Visit https://AchievingExcellence.com and https://DonnaRay.com to learn more about Donna and Al and to explore our class and product offerings. Visit the show websit…
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Today's episode is for you if you think you can do it alone, if you think you don't support, or you think being supported is a weakness. As my mentor Jesse Koren says, big work requires big support. By big work, we're talking starting a business, fixing your relationship, and healing from old wounds just to name a few examples. We can't do it alone…
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As our physical abilities improve through practice, so does our confidence to meet life's challenges. We discuss how the Feldenkrais Method can cultivate resilience for aging well. Visit https://AchievingExcellence.com and https://DonnaRay.com to learn more about Donna and Al and to explore our class and product offerings. Visit the show website: h…
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On today's episode, we're exploring why movement is such a big deal according to Moshe Feldenkrais. We dive into his book, "Awareness Through Movement," and explore the ninth and final reason why movement is at the core of personal growth and self-awareness. (You can find the previous 8 reasons in previous episodes.) The Feldenkrais Method is about…
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"We are all emotional beings." I'm going to be a vulnerable here...even though I am feeling better overall than I have ever felt before, I have had a difficult history with my emotions. My frame before was that emotions happen to me. They drove the bus. What I have learned since is two primary things, 1) that emotions are information (not truth) an…
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Feldenkrais Practitioner, musician and storyteller David Kaetz says that many of us get disembodied from our voice from a young age. It's common and normal for kids to make sounds as they explore and play, until they get the message that they should be quiet. Is this a message you've internalized? How playful with your voice are you One of my main …
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On today's episode, I take a question from a long time listener and student. She asks, Is it possible to have as much respect and concern for my body as I do for my mind? This is a great question. Does it resonate with you? Are you intellectually gifted or cognitively centered? It's hard not to have an emphasis on the mind over the body in our cult…
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When do you rest? Do you save rest for the end of the day? What does quality rest look like? Many of us are conditioned to work for hours on end with little rest. Rests are often seen as unproductive or a waste of time. Time is money as the adage goes. We're on the clock. Even if we don't believe these statements to be true ourselves, it's certainl…
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We are deeply formed by our experiences and those experiences create the lens in which we view the world. How well do we really know ourselves? My guest Caroline Ritter talks with me today about how can gather useful and practical knowledge about ourselves. How we can be like scientists studying ourselves. She emphasizes that we need to be curious …
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We breathe every every minute. Breath is essential to life. ​ How you breathe, whether through your nose or through your mouth, the volume of air that you take in, the shape of your breath in your body, where you breathe in your body the air goes, the temp and rhythm, reflects you. ​ Your breath reflects how you think, how you feel, what's going on…
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Sensuality is our birthright, says my guest Candia Raquel. Sensuality is pleasure derived from our sensation, free from inhibition and full of self-expression. To be with the sensuous is to be connected to the present. Our modern culture numbs us from our bodies. Pleasure is sold as a product (go get something nice at Starbucks). We're encouraged t…
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Welcome to the Expand Your Ability podcast! This show is about how we can empower ourselves through movement, curiosity, play and awareness. I've done a lot of continued study in the past year and so I thought I would (re)introduce myself. If you're new here, welcome! We will get you caught up to speed on what this show is about. If you've been a l…
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Episode 106: Today’s class is a short meditation that can be done lying down in savasana or sitting upright. Our inquiry of study during this meditation was inspired by two of my most influential teachers, Insight Meditation teacher Mark Nunberg and Feldenkrais trainer Jeff Haller. You won’t need anything for this class, except a cushion or blanket…
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Episode 106: Today’s class is a short meditation that can be done lying down in savasana or sitting upright. Our inquiry of study during this meditation was inspired by two of my most influential teachers, Insight Meditation teacher Mark Nunberg and Feldenkrais trainer Jeff Haller. You won’t need anything for this class, except a cushion or blanket…
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Welcome to 2024! 🎉 On this episode, we will be looking at what value you want to cultivate and embody this year through a somatic movement proces. By value, what do I mean? Could be courage, humility, honesty, whatever you choose. By doing this through a somatic movement process, we access the rich world on sensation and non-verbal thinking with in…
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This is the last episode of 2023 so let's reflect! We will look back on the events of this past year, including our relationships, our challenges and what we've learned. We will do this in embodied way, with movement to help us ease into the process and open the doors to insight. That means this episode includes audience participation! Thats right,…
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Marlene came to class with a big celebration. She reported that after our previous Feldenkrais class, she found a sense of embodied empowerment she hadn't felt since she was a vibrant cheerleader at the age of 19 - six decades ago! She described rediscovering this power as akin to finding the life restoration of Lazerous. At 19, she had surgery for…
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We go back to the book, Awareness Through Movement, to continue this series on Why Movement? Why did Feldenkrais choose movement to focus his method around? Awareness Through Movement was written in 1972 by Moshe Feldenkrais. The first half of the book is a great introduction his thinking on society, the human being, the nature of habits and compul…
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If you have lived with insecurity, it can be challenge to imagine what a good relationship could be like. A good relationship can be so foreign, you might even reject it. It's so important to understand what secure bonds look and feel because that can give us the perspective to turn around what's not working and to strengthen what is working. That'…
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Do you use read blogs, stay up with the news , youtube podcasts ? (I know you listen to at least one podcast and thank you for being here 😄) I know you're learning something valuable, right? Yes, you're 'learning' and is there a little compulsion in there too? I In the previous episode, I discussed the importance of sharing what you learn with othe…
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Episode 105: In this 35 minute practice we will be utilizing a thin blanket roll to wake up spinal flexion, extension and rotation all along the spine. This is a warm up that I have been teaching variations of in many of my yoga classes lately. I hope you learn something about your spine! You can also find Level 1 and 2 yoga classes that start with…
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Episode 105: In this 35 minute practice we will be utilizing a thin blanket roll to wake up spinal flexion, extension and rotation all along the spine. This is a warm up that I have been teaching variations of in many of my yoga classes lately. I hope you learn something about your spine! You can also find Level 1 and 2 yoga classes that start with…
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If you've been listening to this show for a while you will notice that at the end of each episode I encourage you to share the ideas you hear here with a friend. I say that doing so helps us deepen our learning. In this episode I will give more of an explanation of why. I draw on Moshe Feldenkrais' teachings from his training program in Amherst Mas…
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Episode 104: Today’s class is a short breath awareness meditation done in savasana with a weight placed on the belly. You will need something heavy that you can place on your abdomen. If you have a yoga sandbag, this works great. Most people don’t have that, so I suggest finding one or two very thick books. A thick textbook could work well. If you …
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Episode 104: Today’s class is a short breath awareness meditation done in savasana with a weight placed on the belly. You will need something heavy that you can place on your abdomen. If you have a yoga sandbag, this works great. Most people don’t have that, so I suggest finding one or two very thick books. A thick textbook could work well. If you …
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You can hear the gym teacher yelling: Feel the stretch! Feel the burn! Work it! work it! Strain, working hard, efforting, stretching... that's all necessary to make gains, right? Right? Ok, really, how much strain is necessary for improvement? Don't get me wrong, I'm not going to tell you to not use your muscles and your power and develop strength …
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Episode 103: Today’s class is focused on calming the eyes. This class is similar to Episode 56, but I wanted to re record and re-teach the class, as it has been a popular episode and I wanted to get a higher quality audio version of it for you. In this short Feldenkrais lesson, the eyes, their state of calm, and the quality of our dark vision becom…
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Episode 103: Today’s class is focused on calming the eyes. This class is similar to Episode 56, but I wanted to re record and re-teach the class, as it has been a popular episode and I wanted to get a higher quality audio version of it for you. In this short Feldenkrais lesson, the eyes, their state of calm, and the quality of our dark vision becom…
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Your Insecurity is predictable. Insecure thinking isn't unique to you and so I think you should question it. On this episode, we explore how insecurity plays out in our thinking. Have you had these thoughts? They are so amazing. Why would they want to be with me anyway? I'll be better off on my own. Ugh, they are so needy! It's pathetic. I've ruine…
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We are going back to the Awareness Through Movement book for another look at Why Movement? Why movement as a way toward personal development and transformation? Moshe Feldenkrais offers 9 reasons why movement. We explore reason number 6: Through movement, you can understand what's going on in the nervous system. Awareness Through Movement is brain …
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In the previous episode I talked about how our time in school has a lasting impact on our experience. For many It shapes us to do well, that we must get good grades and to avoid punishment due to mistakes and errors. Many learn that they must put in excess effort and to make it perfect, and to focus what we make on other people's standards, On this…
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A common challenge for students in Awareness Through Movement classes is that they try much harder than they need to. For a good reason too, they want to do a good job in class. They want to do it right. I don't blame them. It's not their fault. I think we can point to our school system for why many of us have had the habits of working hard with ex…
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In this episode we discuss a topic I love: how the Feldenkrais Awareness Through Movement lessons can influence your dream life. It's one of my favorite aspects of the Feldenkrais Method but barely anyone talks about it. It's really cool. I don't remember my dreams often but some nights they come through more vividly and I can recall them when I wa…
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In this episode I answer your questions. The three questions are: Are there Feldenkrais lessons that isolate the mind and body from each other? After cowering as a child, how can I stand up straight and be a warrior? During Feldenkrais lessons, I feel like I could cry. Why does this happen? There is something useful for everyone in this Q+A. Get Yo…
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Do you feel lost, directionless, overwhelmed by choice, or feeling powerless to make lasting change in your life? If so, this episode has something for you. In this episode I will talk about creating a life plan -- a document that represents the vision of your live going forward that can continue to guide your future decisions. I will talk about wh…
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A old woman is walking down a busy sidewalk in the city when she is firmly bumped aside as a man runs past her. Wait a second... that man stole her purse! Fortunately a police officer heard the cries and chases the man through alleyway, over fences, and past cooks in the hot frantic kitchen of a restaurant. The he turns the corner and it's a dead e…
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Lavinia Plonka, veteran teacher of the Feldenkrais Method is my guest this week. Her background stretches from playing the according, to theatre and mime, to yoga and the martial arts. She brings her rich history of learning and exploration in so many fields to this conversation. We talk about how she got into the Feldenkrais Method, pursuing maste…
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Episode 102: Today’s class is an exploration of the breath. In yoga, we call this pranayama. However today’s lesson will be more of a Feldenkrais inspired way of paying attention to the breath. With each proposal, each variation of breathing, I invite you to listen and take care. If at any moment you feel the way you are breathing creates tension o…
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Episode 102: Today’s class is an exploration of the breath. In yoga, we call this pranayama. However today’s lesson will be more of a Feldenkrais inspired way of paying attention to the breath. With each proposal, each variation of breathing, I invite you to listen and take care. If at any moment you feel the way you are breathing creates tension o…
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Do you have a memory of a time when you were a kid and you ran away and hid? There was something so bad and you felt so terrible that you had to get away. Does that memory linger with you? Does it arises from time to time and you think, "that was a really rough moment." You can still taste the feeling and sensation. You may even sense how the memor…
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We deal here with health and not with disease. This is what Moshe Feldenkrais told the students of his training program back in 1980. Feldenkrais offers a two part definition of health and I think it's a big reason the Feldenkrais Method is so compelling for practitioners and long time students of the work. So what is health? Is it simply the freed…
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On this episode I want to talk about this framework: the 3 goals of the Feldenkrais Method. These are interrelated goals. Each one makes the others possible. I hope by breaking this down into these three categories, we can illuminate some new and less obvious spaces between ideas. Spoiler Alert, its more than about moving better. The three goals of…
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This episode presents my interview with Kelly Cordes of Central Minnesota's WJON radio station. I talk to with her about what is the Feldenkrais Method, it's benefits and what does taking a class look like. I was connected with Kelly because I have been teaching at the Whitney Senior Center in St. Cloud, Minnesota. Seniors are in a particularly ope…
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