The Feldenkrais Project is a living, growing collection of lessons and study tools. We want you to get the most from your time studying Feldenkrais, and as you learn we'd love it if you help us improve this resource, too!
Lesson notes and listener comments serve you and the Project. Both are explained below.
About Lesson Notes
The blue tabs on every lesson page are designed to organize study information. Click around this example to learn how they're used as study tools.
To join the discussion, please leave public comments on the lesson and collection pages to share your experience and ask questions. Nick and other listeners can read and respond, and you can opt-in to be notified by email if they do. When ideas coalesce we turn them into improvements for lesson notes and future content.
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