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Head to Pelvis … Connections in Movement
26/10/2019 @ 11:00 am - 5:00 pm$115
Joint Presenters: Jini Lim (Physiotherapist, Feldenkrais Practitioner, Flamenco Dancer & Teacher) & Raymond Taylor (Alexander Technique Teacher & Feldenkrais Practitioner)
Based on Moshe Feldenkrais’ Awareness Through Movement lessons, this workshop explores the fundamental relationship of the head to the pelvis in movement, investigating our personal tendencies, allowing us to discover easier, pain-free, options for movement. Those with experience of Dance, Alexander Technique, Yoga, Tai Chi and related studies may find this particularly interesting, but anyone with curiosity is welcome! Lessons are mainly floor-based, on mats and rugs.
$115 (Full) or Early Bird 1 (13 Oct) = $90 or Early Bird 2 (20 Oct) = $100. Plus Booking Fee ($0.50)
10% Discount for AUSTAT members (Enter ‘AUSTAT’ at checkout)
Max. 10 participants
Book at: www.trybooking.com/BFFOI – Enquiries to Ray Taylor (0435 991 411)
Presenter: Jini Lim
Jini graduated as a physiotherapist in 1998 and has worked mostly in rehabilitation settings. During her career she has had the pleasure of working with several inspiring Feldenkrais Practitioners who have introduced her to the method, sparked her curiosity and offered encouragement to complete the professional training program in Melbourne. Jini has found the Feldenkrais method to be valuable in her approach to working with clients but also in her development as a flamenco dancer and teacher.
Presenter: Raymond (Ray) Taylor
Ray’s interest in the worlds of the Alexander Technique & Feldenkrais Method began in his early 40s, to help manage the impact of incomplete spinal cord pathology on his being and sense of self. Ray trained at MATTS (Melbourne Alexander Teacher Training School), graduating in 2006, and followed this with training as a Feldenkrais Practitioner. Ray is also a qualified audiologist (now retired) and has a graduate certificate in Clinical Rehabilitation. He took up playing the saxophone as an adult, which continues to give him endless lessons in psycho-physical imperfection!