A Guide to Body Sense, vol. 1: Movement Patterns

(4 customer reviews)


AuthorRobert Burgess
Media: Book, Wire Bound, 130 Pages, 50 Feldenkrais Lessons

Out of stock

A Guide to Body Sense is an essential resource for anyone who is interested in exploring and improving their body-self relationship. Fifty beautifully illustrated Feldenkrais Awareness Through Movement® lessons are presented in the book with eighty pages of text. Each of the eight chapters explores anatomical segments and their relationships. You will learn movements of the pelvis, trunk, arm-trunk coordination, leg-trunk coordination, feet and hands, movements in sitting, eyes, head, and neck. The lessons in each chapter present short sequences of movements that clearly enhance the sense of the skeletal movement and alignment. The book is designed to free the body of habitual patterns, easing chronic conditions and keeping you young.

Watch a Video Introduction to the Book

4 reviews for A Guide to Body Sense, vol. 1: Movement Patterns

Based on 4 reviews
5 star
4 star
3 star
2 star
1 star
  1. Marcia R Eagle (verified owner)

  2. Laura N. (verified owner)

    Fantastic book! I wanted a volume of easy to follow ATM lessons and this was recommended by my Feldenkrais-trained physical therapist who introduced me to the method (lucky me!). Really well structured with text on one side and excellent illustrations of positions on the other in a spiral-bound format. Well done!

  3. Lori R. (verified owner)

  4. Terry Hemlock (verified owner)

Add a review

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

trust logos
Independently verified
463 reviews
%d bloggers like this: