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What is Good Posture? Dynamic Feldenkrais Workshops

April 16, 2016 @ 3:00 am - 5:45 pm

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April 16 & May 7
$38

with  Eve Geueke

1 for $38 or 2 for $69

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4/16     3-5:45 pm

What is Good Posture and How to Attain it? Part 1

Everyone wants good posture, but what is it and how can we attain it?! There is so much misunderstanding about good posture even from professionals who should know but learned something inaccurate. We know good posture is important for the health of our spine and our organs, as well as our ability to move. Our posture is also our way of presenting ourselves to the world. In this dynamic Feldenkrais workshop, we do an in-depth exploration to sense our spine and posture accurately from within, and then learn to improve our posture in a natural way.

 

5/7  3-5:45 pm

What is Good Posture and How to Improve and Maintain it? Part 2

Attaining our Good Posture, we learn how to sense our spine and posture accurately from within. Then we can improve our ‘Acture” the Feldenkrais way: smart, mindful and effective. Posture has to do with the action we take. With diverse activity, we constantly have to change our posture. Dr. Feldenkrais called that ‘Acture’. Having the  right ‘Acture’ helps us in all areas of our lives to be successful in carrying out our intentions to our satisfaction.

 

malu_evageuekeEva Geueke is a Feldenkrais practitioner and teacher, as well as a Universal Tao instructor for Qigong, having studied under Mantak Chia.  A professionally trained dancer and choreographer, Eva teaches Release Technique dancing, Contact Improvisation, and Feldenkrais Movement, a self-developed style linking Feldenkrais to dance. Eva is also a teacher of Capoeira, has taught yoga, and studied Continuum movement with its Conrad for more than a decade, from which Eva created Wave Continuum.

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Date:
April 16, 2016
Time:
3:00 am - 5:45 pm
Cost:
$38
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