• A good self-image that implies a good knowledge of body
• A spine that extends and flexes itself in front and back and laterally
• The ability of back to rotate
• A free pelvis and not anchored to the chest
• A flexible chest
• An effective use of the skeletal structure
• A good alignment of joints, with an efficient transmission of forces involving a minor muscular effort
• A good neuromuscular coordination between flexor and extensor muscles
• A good support function of the skeleton
• A good feature of the spine that harmoniously connects the pelvis with the head
• A near-symmetrical alignment of the body
Through the Feldenkrais Method...
• A person will learn and improve lateral bending of the back that will make ribs more ready and involved in respiratory rhythm
• You may retrieve the flexibility of the movement of spine so that the patterns of movement involving the trunk will become more symmetrical
• Students will receive the experience that will promote spinal alignment in standing and sitting so that the forces are propagated through the skeleton with no muscle strain
• You can get a better alignment of skeleton and muscle, which will promote increased freedom of movement making the body more flexible and harmonious
• It will facilitate the movement of scapula and clavicle, so that the underlying ribs freer and involved in breathing movements.
Through the physical experience with Feldenkrais Method
• A person may obtain a good understanding of one's own body and become aware of gestures and actions that previously performed unconsciously
• A person will improve the knowledge of one's own body becoming stronger and more confident, feeling good in your skin.
Through the experience...
• Bending the back
• Flexion of the trunk
• Alignment of the spine
• Coordination of the flexor extensor
• Free and complete breathing
• Eyes organise movement