Now the Washington Post has written a glowing article about the Feldenkrais Method®! As the article’s author Lisa Rein writes: “Way before the idea of a mind-body connection became a popular health concept, Feldenkrais promoted his technique’s potential to lead us away from bad physical habits that cause tension and pain and to restore the body’s capacity for efficient, flexible, coorinated movement.” Read more!
The New York Times recently published an article extolling the virtues of the Feldenkrais Method® — as Jane Brody, Personal Health Columnist for the Times writes: “I had long refrained from writing about this method of countering pain because I thought it was some sort of New Age gobbledygook with no scientific basis. Boy, was I wrong!” Check it out!
Norman Doidge, New York Times best selling author of “The Brain that Changes Itself,” has published “The Brain’s Way of Healing.” In this ground breaking book about how we can actually change our brain to improve or heal a myriad of human conditions and diseases, there are 2 chapters that describe how the Feldenkrais Method® has been used as an important tool in healing. Doidge is a gifted storyteller, and the case studies he describes are true inspiration for anyone trying to heal from illness, disease or pain. Check it out!