The Feldenkrais Method: Teaching by Handling

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Basic Health Publications, Inc., 2003 - 221 ページ
The Feldenkrais Method is a presentation of the system of Functional Integration devised by the Israeli scientist Dr. Moshe Feldenkrais. This system is a way of handling the body by communicating specific sensations to the central nervous system in order to improve the functions of the motor-system. Functional Integration is unique in that it evokes changes in the human brain at a level heretofore thought unachievable by any known educational technique.
 

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1 Manipulation as Nonverbal Communication between Teacher and Pupil
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2 The Approach to Communicative Manipulation
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THE BASIC TECHNIQUE
27
3 The Unit of Communicative Manipulation The Manipulon
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4 A Classification of Manipulons
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The Limbic and Cortical Levels of Control
57
FURTHER TECHNICAL CONSIDERATIONS
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6 Some Physical Principles Involved in Functional Integration
89
10 A Few Typical and OftenEncountered Manifestations of Inefficient Neuromotor Organization
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11 Additional Dos and Donts for a Future Practitioner
173
ILLUSTRATIVE CASE HISTORIES
177
12 The Story of Hanochs Return to the Flute
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13 Improving the Ability to Perform
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14 Remarks on Pain Function and Structure
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15 Reflections on the Creative Process
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Notes
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Directions of Movement Timing and the Teachers Own Body Awareness
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WORKING THROUGH SESSIONS
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8 The Form of the Manipulatory Session
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9 Schematic Outlines of a Few Model Sessions
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Bibliography
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Index
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4 ページ - This system is a way of teaching people to increase both their physical and mental awareness in order to maximize their inherent potential.

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Rywerant began his studies with Dr. Moshe Feldenkrais in 1952 and has practiced functional integration for more than 50 years. He leads seminars and training sessions in the United States and throughout the world.

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