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Improve Eyesight, Atlas and 7th Cervical Vertebrae – Feldenkrais Workshop
February 28, 2015 @ 2:00 pm - 5:15 pm$1 – $105
with Eva Geueke
Saturday Series: Feb 14, 21 & 28 from 2:00 – 5:15 pm Participate in one workshop or several. Maximum benefit acheived by taking the entire series.Sign Up Now!
Feb 28: Improve Eyesight, Atlas and 7th Cervical Vertebrae!
Feb 28 WORKSHOP DETAILS: Eyes are precious and important to our wellbeing. The muscles that move the eyes interconnect with the neck. With stress and age, those muscles tend to harden, diminishing the eyes’ ability to look near and far. These wonderful Feldenkrais lessons can change that. These 3 hours are a well-invested time to improve your eyes and detangle your neck. The 7th cervical vertebra, lowest in the neck, will be taught to ease the tension that it carries around. The atlas vertebra on which the head rests, can find its proper, healthy place and co-work with your eyes. This area is the opening to the brain stem and needs to move and breath. You will leave feeling brighter, more relaxed and with clearer vision. Some of these Feldenkrais movements can be easily repeated at home. Feel free to bring pen and paper to take notes!
Eva Alewa Geueke has been a guild certified Feldenkrais® practitioner for almost 30 years. She came to the Feldenkrais Method® as a young professional dancer and it changed her understanding of brain, body, movement and therefore, herself forever.
Since completing the 4-year Professional Feldenkrais Training in 1987 she has been teaching the Feldenkrais Method® internationally in thousands of private sessions, week long seminars, many hundreds of week-end workshops and evening classes.
Eva loves to teach and share her knowledge and love for conscious movement to help people to improve and excel in all areas of their lives.
Eva is also a teacher of Contemporary Dance, Qigong-Universal Tao of Mantak Chia, a IAO healer, a Capoeirista (Brazilian Martial Arts) and a choreographer. She also teaches Authentic Movement and Wave Continuum, a spin of Continuum Movement.