Feldenkrais: The Busy Person's Guide to Easier Movement by Frank Wildman Ph.D.

By Frank Wildman Ph.D.

Dr. Wildman is the world over well known for his paintings integrating the psychology and the biology of movement. A former specialist dancer and appearing artist, he holds levels in actual schooling, biology and psychology. His visionary type has replaced the lives of millions of individuals. His mastery of weaving the theoretical and useful has produced profound effects via supporting humans to accomplish extra practical and enjoyable lives.

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Wareness Advice: It is important to be playful and to allow your body freedom to adjust as you need to so that there is no stress in your shoulder joints. However, being precise about the position of the foot, hip, and shoulder will create an expanded range of motion for you. 44 SITTING IN A CHAIR AT YOUR OFFICE OR HOME 8. Stand facing very dose to the wall again, and rest your toes and chest against the wall. Place your hands against the wall, beneath your shoulders, as if you were going to push yourself away.

3. Raise your right arm directly up to the ceiling until you bring your arm and shoulder to touch your right ear and NECK AND SHOULDERS RElEASING INTO lENGTH 23 the right side of your face. Glide the side of your head up toward your elbow and down toward your shoulder, keeping your head still and facing forward. It's as if you are scratching your arm, up and down, with your cheek. Make only a few movements and then bring the arm down and rest. 4. Raise the right arm, again touching the side of the face to the shoulder and arm.

Rest. 9. Raise both arms up to the ceiling. Cross your wrists and turn the palms of your hands toward each other to interlock your fingers. Can you straighten your elbows so that both arms touch both sides of your head? Can you brush the insides of your arms with the sides of your head by gliding your head forward and backward between your arms? ,,/Awareness Advice: As your head glides forward and backward between your arms, make sure that there is friction against both arms and both sides of your head.

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