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Patrons Quarterly, May 2023 (ATM – Pelvic Floor Connections: Breath, Belly, Back, and Legs)

May 18, 2023

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2023 Upgrades Roadmap

April 26, 2023

APRIL 26 UPDATE: Welcome to 2.0! See our awesome lesson page upgrades below . Try them out and let…

On Freedom…and Aging (free lessons included)

April 6, 2023

A few months ago I spotted this on a bumper sticker on one of my local Feldenkrais students’ cars: “Freedom…


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Two Sitbones, Two Sides of the Pelvic Floor (31 min, Patrons)

Chair-seated. Get to know your sitbones (illustration in the Curiosities tab), then sense that you have two diaphragms, and discover more awareness and control of your pelvic floor through gentle weight shifting experiments. Feldenkrais lessons for the pelvic floor can be very helpful if you have concerns about continence, digestion and elimination, or sexual function. They also typically benefit breath, balance, and walking, and more.

Improving Pelvic Floor Control and Ease (Patrons)

Mostly back-lying, framed by chair-seated. Begins with identifying the four skeletal landmarks of the diamond-shaped pelvic floor. Discover more pelvic floor awareness, control, and ease by learning how contractions of the anus, urethra, and other parts of pelvic floor are connected to movements of the pelvis, spine, and legs. May be very helpful if you have concerns about continence, digestion and elimination, or sexual function, and also typically benefits breath, balance, and walking.