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About Lesson Sources and Related Lessons

The blue tabs on every lesson page are designed to organize additional study information.

Our donors, both Member-level and Patron-level, have exclusive access to two of the tabs in our robust lesson notes: Sources and Related Lessons.

Members and Patrons can also download individual lessons through the Download tab.

Click these tabs in the lesson notes example below to learn about the different kinds of information you’ll find for Feldenkrais Project lessons.

This tab is always open when you load a lesson, since your comfort is essential to your success while learning. It’s the only tab we really want to make sure you see, so please take a moment before pressing play to read suggestions specific to this lesson.

We’ll also add details that may be useful to better understand the configurations (position or positions) you will be in while studying.

Here we address common misunderstandings or add further details to things mentioned in the lesson recording.

This tab is used to prompt and address curiosities about this lesson: often it’s got anatomy information, connections to movement and learning outside of Feldenkrais, elaborations on details mentioned in the recording, and sometimes additional variations that we didn’t have time for in class.

This tab will always show you what collection on our homepage the lesson is in. Sometimes we’ll share other useful study context such as another recommended way to approach or follow the lesson besides in the order it appears in its collection, and if it also appears in one of our miniseries.

Logged in donors (Members and Patrons) can click a link to download the lesson’s MP3 in this tab. Or they can visit our download page to grab all the downloadable lessons.

This benefit is available for our 50+ free lessons, and it’s one of our ways to say “thank you” to the donors who support The Feldenkrais Project!

Logged in donors (Members and Patrons) will find my comments about how I studied and developed this lesson, often including publicly available ATM lesson recordings from other practitioners, which can be purchased from them for further study.

Sometimes sources are more geared toward Feldenkrais Practitioners, like the Alexander Yanai or Esalen lessons.

Some of my lessons are homegrown. For them I write a note about my influences and thinking.

Access to this tab is one of our “thank you” benefits for the donors who make The Feldenkrais Project possible!

For further study, logged in donors (both Members and Patrons) will find cross-referenced titles and links to other Feldenkrais Project lessons which address themes from this lesson.

And while you’re logged in, the lesson search bars on our site will turn up these cross-references in all the Related Lessons tabs too, giving you a robust way to see which lessons are connected as you follow the learning you are most interested in.

Access to this tab and our advanced lesson search are “thank you” benefits for the donors who support The Feldenkrais Project!

This tab appears on lessons where alternate teachings or edits are available in our Legacy and Alternate Lessons collection. Access to these lessons is one of our ways we say “thank you” to our Patrons!

Comfort & Configuration

This tab is always open when you load a lesson, since your comfort is essential to your success while learning. It’s the only tab we really want to make sure you see, so please take a moment before pressing play to read suggestions specific to this lesson.

We’ll also add details that may be useful to better understand the configurations (position or positions) you will be in while studying.

Clarifications

Here we address common misunderstandings or add further details to things mentioned in the lesson recording.

Curiosities

This tab is used to prompt and address curiosities about this lesson: often it’s got anatomy information, connections to movement and learning outside of Feldenkrais, elaborations on details mentioned in the recording, and sometimes additional variations that we didn’t have time for in class.

Context

This tab will always show you what collection on our homepage the lesson is in. Sometimes we’ll share other useful study context such as another recommended way to approach or follow the lesson besides in the order it appears in its collection, and if it also appears in one of our miniseries.

Download

Logged in donors (Members and Patrons) can click a link to download the lesson’s MP3 in this tab. Or they can visit our download page to grab all the downloadable lessons.

This benefit is available for our 50+ free lessons, and it’s one of our ways to say “thank you” to the donors who support The Feldenkrais Project!

Source

Logged in donors (Members and Patrons) will find my comments about how I studied and developed this lesson, often including publicly available ATM lesson recordings from other practitioners, which can be purchased from them for further study.

Sometimes sources are more geared toward Feldenkrais Practitioners, like the Alexander Yanai or Esalen lessons.

Some of my lessons are homegrown. For them I write a note about my influences and thinking.

Access to this tab is one of our “thank you” benefits for the donors who make The Feldenkrais Project possible!

Related Lessons

For further study, logged in donors (both Members and Patrons) will find cross-referenced titles and links to other Feldenkrais Project lessons which address themes from this lesson.

And while you’re logged in, the lesson search bars on our site will turn up these cross-references in all the Related Lessons tabs too, giving you a robust way to see which lessons are connected as you follow the learning you are most interested in.

Access to this tab and our advanced lesson search are “thank you” benefits for the donors who support The Feldenkrais Project!

Alternate Version

This tab appears on lessons where alternate teachings or edits are available in our Legacy and Alternate Lessons collection. Access to these lessons is one of our ways we say “thank you” to our Patrons!

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