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Replays from April 13 and April 27 and May 11

25 Lessons - None

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In this highly experiential online course replay, Angela Crowley shed light on this relationship between movement and neuroplasticity through lecture, movement experiences within oneself and applications through labs and discussion.

You will explore current science as well as the Feldenkrais Method®.
You will discover how to utilize movement to mobilize the plasticity of the brain.
You will learn to expedite results in treatment by using movement to access and shift the nervous system.

This course is for anyone who would like to delve into the fascinating relationships between movement and the mind. It is for any healthcare practitioner who is curious and open to refreshing their perception of movement in our lives.

29 Lessons - Easy

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Course Details In this highly experiential online course replay, Angela Crowley shed light on this relationship between movement and neuroplasticity through lecture, movement experiences within oneself and applications through labs and discussion.  You will explore current science as well as the Feldenkrais Method®.  You will discover how to utilize movement to mobilize the plasticity of the brain. You will learn to expedite results in treatment by using movement to access and shift the nervous system. This course is for anyone who would like to delve into the fascinating relationships between movement and the mind. It is for any healthcare practitioner who is curious and open to refreshing their perception of movement in our lives. Practical applications include neurological issues and pain, but reach much further into the realms of learning, healing and expanding human potential. The current science of neuroplasticity is what makes the Feldenkrais Method® created by Moshe Feldenkrais, particularly provocative at this time. Leading neuroplasticity experts frequently reference the Feldenkrais Method® which uses movement to communicate with the nervous system. They recognize Moshe Feldenkrais as a pioneering neuroplastician 60 years ahead of current science. He understood how to use movement to communicate with the brain. Science is just now catching up with him.

29 Lessons - Easy

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