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 Welcome to The FP! We offer over 50 free Feldenkrais lessons! A content guide is below.

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What Is Good Posture? Feldenkrais’s Answer (includes free lessons)

September 14, 2023

This question is Moshe Feldenkrais’s title for lesson #1 in his book Awareness Through Movement, which he wrote to introduce his method to the masses. His answer…

New Feature: “Little Dips” Added to Deep Dives Page

September 12, 2023

To make it easier to find some hidden great content on our website in the form of old blog posts,…

Resilience: The FP Weekly Zoom Class Theme for Aug-Sept

August 22, 2023

Updated: Due to high interest in this theme (from both the students and me!) we’ll carry it forward through September.…

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What Is Good Posture? (Patrons)

Standing, chair-seated, and transitioning between. Experience for yourself Moshe Feldenkrais's three-part answer to his lesson title: 1) Good posture is synonymous with the greatest potential for action. 2) Whether we're standing, sitting, or anywhere in between, in good posture our bones must continuously counteract gravity, not our muscles. 3) Our posture improves spontaneously when we eliminate superfluous efforts in the sit-stand-sit transition, and thus become better able to sense the physics and neurology at work. A 5 minute talk begins the recording. Demonstrations and principles are in the Clarifications and Curiosities tabs.