Have you ever heard of the Feldenkrais Method? My answer was probably similar to what you are thinking now - No! That was until I came to know about this unique technique accidentally on the web while doing some reading on the internet a few weeks ago. I was intrigued, and was encouraged to delve deeper. This article is hence a result of that curiosity and I thought of sharing what I discovered with you, the readers.
What is Feldenkrais? The Feldenkrais Method is named after its originator, Dr. Moshe Feldenkrais, D.Sc. (1904-1984), a Russian-born nuclear physicist, mechanical engineer and educator who also had a black belt in judo. Upon suffering a serious knee injury, Feldenkrais was faced with a 50 percent chance for recovery and possible long-term confinement to a wheelchair. Unsatisfied with the prognosis and conventional treatments available, Moshe Feldenkrais asked, “Can I retrain my brain to do all that I could do prior to my injury?” The answer was yes and through his discoveries Feldenkrais Method was born, which he subsequently started teaching to others.
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