Front-lying, improving the organization of the extensor muscles of the back and distributing their efforts. Learning to lift the head and one arm – and later, one leg – away from the ground together. Integrating the eyes with these arching movements. Alternates with back-lying, knees bent, feet standing, basic folding (flexion) movements, as the brain is always coordinating the major flexors and extensors of the body with each other.
The lessons in this collection are available for Patrons only, but everyone can see their titles and descriptions below.
Each month I’ll be adding at least one new lesson to this collection, as a way to thank our Patrons and expand our resource.
As you explore them, please leave comments and questions on the lessons pages. With your feedback, popular Straight from Class lessons may eventually become part of the public collections. This way Patrons, our Project-sustaining superfans, help us shape The Feldenkrais Project for everyone.
Do you have a request for a new lesson on a topic you’re interested in? Please ask in the comments below! Everyone can leave a comment, not just Patrons.
In order to keep the content coming these may be edited more lightly than our primary public lessons. As your comments and questions arrive I’ll add to the lesson notes, and if it seems like a lesson should join the public collection, I’ll do final edits on the audio content.
There’s no particular learning order to this collection, so follow your curiosity! If a lesson isn’t comfortable initially, try another and return to it later.
These lessons can be streamed by current Patrons. They are not available to download.