The REAL Problem with Zoom
Most advice on dealing with Zoom fatigue suggests taking more breaks, spreading out meetings, turning off your screen, and other strategies. These are all good suggestions. But they do not get to the root of the problem.
The REAL problem with Zoom and other video meeting platforms is that your brain and nervous system get caught in a vicious loop.
Effects of Zoom Fatigue
Your vision narrows - you only see the screen.
This limits your focal length cause eye strain. This can cause pain in your neck and tension in your face.
Poor posture - your posture rounds.
This puts strain on your back, neck and shoulders. You can try to 'sit up straight' but then you go right back to being hunched over.
Your energy is drained.
Your mind gets foggy and it's hard to focus.
Your brain and nervous get stuck in a vicious habit.
The Zoom habits are unconscious. Conscious attempts to change them don't work. Our online course offers specific strategies to free you from detrimental Zoom habits.
How to Reduce Zoom Fatigue
Reduce Eye Strain
Change your visual perspective to reduce eye strain and ease tension in your neck and shoulders.
Improve Your Posture
Get out of the video slumped posture to ease back strain and improve posture.
Get More Energy
Feel better and have more energy during your meetings and afterward.
Take our "UnZooming Yourself" Course
Learn how to change Your unconscious Zoom habits
How? We use Feldenkrais Lessons, a system of movement education that will change your unconscious movement and posture habits and free you from the fatigue of using Zoom.
The Benefits of UnZooming Yourself
The UnZooming Yourself course works to retrain your brain, body, and mind to be able to Zoom while maintaining awareness of yourself and your environment.
You will develop the ability to Zoom in when you need and Zoom out when you want.
You will end the course with a greater feeling of focus, openness, and ease in your use of Zoom
Listen to what Participants in the Course say!
People are getting remarkable results from this course!
You can too!
Why Feldenkrais Lessons?
Feldenkrais lessons are verbally guided movement explorations comprised of novel combinations of movements and awareness that change your unconscious movement habits.
Most of our movement habits are outside our conscious awareness. Meaning we do them, but we don't know how we do them. Feldenkrais lessons bring into awareness the how of our movement. As you become aware of your habits in the lessons, we explore variations that introduce new ways of moving that are more harmonious with your intentions. Meaning you can do more of what you want to do with greater ease and purpose.
Meet Your Teachers
Feldenkrais Practitioner and Trainer
Donna Ray, LMFT, is an internationally known Feldenkrais teacher and trainer and Licensed Psychotherapist. She has directed numerous Feldenkrais Training programs around the world. She imparts knowledge from her 40 years of experience with vitality and insight. Donna works with everyone, from infants to the elderly. She helps people recovering from accidents and illness as well as creative and talented people at the highest level of their profession. Donna’s training in Mindfulness, Hypnosis, Interpersonal Neurobiology, EMDR, and Creative Arts benefits her students. Her students especially appreciate her warm presence, sensitivity, and interdisciplinary competencies.
Al Wadleigh is a Guild Certified Feldenkrais Practitionercm practicing in Longmont, Colorado for over 20 years. Al is deeply passionate about the Feldenkrais Method®. He owns The Feldenkrais Store, one of the largest collections of Feldenkrais audio, books and videos. He has taught thousand classes, and individual Functional Integration® lessons. His background includes emersion in Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), and Ericksonian Hypnosis.
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What are symptoms of Zoom fatigue?
Symptoms of Zoom Fatigue include eye strain, headache, neck and shoulder tension, back pain, poor posture, and foggy thinking.
Is Zoom fatigue a thing?
Yes! Zoom fatigue is real. Using Zoom and other video meeting platforms causes your vision to narrow and your posture to round. This strains your face, neck, and back and causes brain fog.
How do you cure Zoom fatigue?
Feldenkrais exercises are critical to relieving Zoom Fatigue. The exercises retrain your brain and nervous system to create a broader visual focus and improve posture. By doing the exercises, you are easing eye and muscle strain.
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