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Realign & Heal with Awareness Feldenkrais Workshop:
Freeing the Lower Back & Neck

January 16, 2016 @ 2:15 pm - 4:30 pm


with Eva Geueke

Saturday, Jan 16
2:15 – 4:30pm     $35
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Discover the connection between your lower back and neck. Learn to gently heal yourself and ease your discomfort. Since the spine is a chain of vertebra, there is a correspondence between the neck and the lower back. By aligning your neck you will realign your lower back. In this workshop we approach the alignment and mobility from both ends.

The Feldenkrais Method is a wonderful and potent method to rebalance, realign and heal areas in our movement coordination. The method is slow-moving, very gentle, and only requires a curiosity about our own movement habits. Some of those habits are causing limitations, pain, inflammation and over-exertion. We’ve learned certain unhealthy habitual movements and postures so long ago that we may no longer recognize them or know that we can actually change our old patterns. With the Feldenkrais Method we can recognize those hindering habits and find better ways of moving that are healthy, strengthening and pain free. This does not only happen on the physical plane but also ripples out into the rest of ones life.



Eva Geueke effectively helps people to feel comfortable in their own bodies. She has been a Feldenkrais practitioner for 30 years. As a young dancer she discovered the Feldenkrais Method and took immediately to it as she recognized it would change her dancing rapidly for the better. She also saw this method helped her to stay healthy and develop perception, clarity and maturity. Awareness through Movement (aka Feldenkrais) has become a life long training for Eva. Besides dance and the Feldenkrais Method, Eva has studies many more modalities, such as Body-Mind Centering, ‘The Work’, Alexander Technique, Iao Healing, Qigong, etc.



January 16, 2016
2:15 pm - 4:30 pm
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