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Who is the Feldenkrais Method good for?

Who is the Feldenkrais Method® for? Many of my peers in the Feldenkrais Method® prefer to, and excel at, working with certain populations.  There are practitioners who work specifically with Professional Dancers, Professional Musicians, or Professional Athletes.  While others specialize in working with children with neurological difficulties, the elderly, or pregnant women.   The bottom… Read more »

What is the Feldenkrais Method?

The Feldenkrais Method®: Making the “impossible possible, the possible easy and the easy elegant” – Moshe Feldenkrais   The Feldenkrais Method® is a deliberate conversation with an individual’s nervous system about its body’s functioning and efficiency in action.  The language of this conversation is movement.   The Feldenkrais Method® deepens an individual’s sense of how… Read more »

What is the theory behind the Feldenkrais Method?

The Feldenkrais Method® is not easy to explain, but rather is much easier to understand through experience…  But here goes! This is the theory behind the Feldenkrais Method® and my interpretation of it.  Read it slowly, read it again, take it all in…enjoy! Over the years, through our life experiences, injuries, social interactions and our… Read more »

Gong Baths in Albany – Latham New York

We are delighted to be offering the Gong Baths on Friday November 4th at the Pilates Principle.   If you have never been to the gong baths it is unlike anything else I’ve experienced before.Dan and Nacole will bring their 12 planetary gongs (so names because they are “tuned” with the vibe of the planets… Read more »

Life Yum

Our good friend Lisa O’Brian has a really cute website called Life Yum www.lifeyum.com It’s a blog about good eating for your family and good living for you. Lisa is a really special woman who is in her yoga teacher training. She is an inspiration to the people that know her, including her friends at… Read more »

Nick at the fascial anatomy lab

Here I am at the Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine in New York City during the fascial anatomy lab. It was my first time working with a human cadaver. Totally cool! I got to do some dissections and I have a whole new understanding of the body. Nick Pavoldi Bodywork Professionals 578 New Loudon Rd… Read more »