The Road Ahead

The road ahead may be long and winding. The question is not how long you travel, but how well you travel.

“In those moments when awareness succeeds in being at one with feeling, senses, movement, and thought, the carriage will speed along on the right road. Then man can make discoveries, invent, create, innovate, and ‘know.‘ He grasps that his small world and the great world around are but one and that in this unity he is no longer alone.” Moshe Feldenkrais, in Awareness Through Movement, p54.

In order to travel better, more comfortably, and possibly much much longer, find out what Feldenkrais is about and experience its effect.

Everyone is welcome to join the upcoming Australian online Feldenkrais® summit from 1-6 September. Attendance is FREE:

Here is what the Australian Feldenkrais Guild writes.

How can the Feldenkrais Method®:

• Alleviate Long-Term Pain?
• Improve your Breath & Voice?
• Contribute to Pelvic Health & Sexual Wellbeing?
• And Help Horse Riders?

• How do people with Neurological Conditions such as Cerebral Palsy and Stroke learn to constantly improve on their abilities?
• And what do we mean by Embodied Resilience?

We at the Australian Feldenkrais Guild are delighted to share with you conversations and teachings on all of these topics, with experienced Feldenkrais Practitioners from around the country. All for FREE! Why? We want curious people like you to understand the scope, ingenuity and benefits of this modality. Explore the bigger picture with FREE REGISTRATION to the AFG Online Summit 2020 to receive daily emails to your inbox, and ongoing access to teachings.


Foto: Hugo Kruip @ Unsplash


Breath & Voice
Tuesday, 1 Sept with Brad Thompson and Georgi Laney, interviewed by Julian Wong

Learning & Neurological Conditions
Wednesday, 2 Sept with Susan Hillier and Jane Searle

Embodied Resilience
Thursday, 3 Sept with Annemarie de Heus, Jenny d’Cruz, Molly Tipping and Lynda Johnston

Pelvic Health & Sexual Wellbeing
Friday, 4 Sept with Ralph Hadden

Saturday, 5 Sept with Sophie Fraser and Tali Plotnik

More than Movement
Sunday, 6 Sept with Zoran Kovich and Anna Yeatman, interviewed by Shona Lee

Horse Riding
Monday, 7 Sept with Catherine Hamber, interviewed by Shona Lee


Foto: Hugo Kruip @ Unsplash

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