The Art of Walking Awareness


By Al Wadleigh, GCFP
4 Feldenkrais lessons, MP3 Download or Streaming

Have you ever paused to consider how you walk?

Walking is an integral part of our daily lives, a simple act that often goes unnoticed. Whether it's a leisurely stroll in the park or a quick trip to the kitchen to whip up a meal, we seamlessly transition from one place to another with little thought.

Each of us has a distinctive way of moving, a unique gait that sets us apart. No two individuals walk alike, and therein lies the beauty of it.

It there a "correct" way to walk? What is correct for you will be unique to your personal history—your early development, emotions, and life experiences, whether joyful or challenging, influence how you move. 

Through this audio series, you will refine and clarify your walk. You will become aware of your unconscious movement habits, explore developmental movements, and improve your way of walking.

By the end of this audio series, you will have a newfound lightness in your step, a more effortless gait, an improved posture, and an enhanced sense of awareness of yourself and the world around you. Walk with confidence, grace, and gratitude for your enhanced self-awareness.

What to expect:

  • Become aware of you unconscious movement habits
  • Explore early developmental movements that are the foundation for walking
  • Develop an appreciation for the hip-shoulder relationship
  • Learn how you legs function differently
  • Improve your relationship with gravity and your posture

Table of Contents

  1. 1
    Walking Awareness Introduction
  2. 2
    Body and Walking Scan 1
  3. 3
    Lesson 1: Crawling
  4. 4
    Body and Walking Scan 2
  5. 5
    Lesson 2: Clarifying Diagonal Pathways
  6. 6
    Lesson 3: Crawling and Walking
  7. 7
    Lesson 4: Breathing Bonus lesson

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