I won't spoil the entire book, so you'll have to read more on your own.
In Awareness Through Movement, Feldenkrais gives you a wonderful introduction to the group part of his method--Awareness Through Movement.
I just like to open it once in a while, read a paragraph or two, and then observe the aftereffects of my reading and thinking.
the material deserves a 5 star, i ordered a used copy and was sent an older copy-write edition which bothered me a little.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
It is okay. Other modalities seem more effective, and, to me, more relevant.Published 3 months ago by Robert J Farnell
Would have been better with more illustrations but definitely a book for the person who thinks about the benefits of the exercise they do, why they do it and why it can help... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Ole Andersen
I find this book a realistic, pain-free way to begin moving around again, after physical therapy for spinal injuries due to slipped discs and arthritis.Published 7 months ago by Trish Pettinelli
The books is a fascinating exploration into and explanation of the mind-body connection. The condition was advertised as good, and maybe it fits into that category, but in my... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Bug Magnet
I have oly skimmed over the book and have not read it yet, but I'm sure there's a lot of good information in it.Published 21 months ago by Juanita Ashcraft