Come and join us for our final free
Weekly Feldenkrais for Musicians on Monday lunchtime
There will be one more ‘snack’ sized lesson from 12.15-12.45 on Monday 19th October taught by Silvia Gray. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to be sent the link if you didn’t receive the last newsletter.
Humans beings are the most versatile and sophisticated musical instrument of all, and for a long and healthy professional life a performer needs both physical and mental stamina, and well-organised and efficient self-use. Over time, too many musicians succumb to the kinds of injuries that a demanding schedule of rehearsal, performance and travel can bring on.
The Feldenkrais Method was designed to enable us to access the brain’s ability to unlearn old, unhelpful habits, and replace them with new, better, more effective ways of moving and being. As we rediscover our innate human ability to act with less effort, and ever greater ease, our performance becomes ever more confident, charismatic and joyous.
“The aim is a person that is organised to move with minimum effort and maximum efficiency, not through muscular strength, but through increased consciousness of how movement works.” Moshe Feldenkrais
Do you suffer from playing-related injuries or pain?
Are you satisfied with your playing?
Are you happy with your sound?
Do you feel you can vary your sound to get the results you want?
Is it easy to realise your musical intentions?
Do you find playing your instrument/singing a physical pleasure?
Is your practice efficient? Do you know what to change to get a better result?
Some of the benefits of the Feldenkrais Method
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