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Umovebetter
November 13th, 2007, 08:06 PM
Flexibility for Swimmers Using the Feldenkrais Method®
November 17, 2007
10:30 AM – 12:30 PM
3249 Alpine Rd., Portola Valley, CA (San Francisco Bay Area)


What You Will Experience:

2 one hour exercises done on the floor (not in the water)

These exercises will address:
Opening your chest and shoulders
Turning through your whole spine
Lengthening through the ribs and spine
Understanding the connection between the pelvis and shoulder girdle

The Result:
Improved ablity to swim with more efficiency and flexibility through better use of your whole self. (When you distribute the activity throughout your body you have less chance of injury and more chance of power and speed.)

The Feldenkrais Method® is a system of movement re-education that works at the level of the nervous system. A mind-body method, it is an exercise for the brain as well as the body. Movements are done in small incremental steps with focused attention. The result is increased range of motion and awareness giving you new ways to move you may not have thought possible.

Workshop Details:

Saturday, November 17, 2007
3249 Alpine Road, Portola Valley, CA 94028 (San Francisco Bay Area)
$45 members/$50 nonmembers


There are still a few spots available:
Call Elizabeth 650-854-3101, x163 or elizabeth@laderaoaks.com

Your Instructor:
Deborah Dutton, GCFP has been swimming since she could walk. Years later she injured herself and came out of it through the Feldenkrais Method. She is always exploring better ways to move through the water. Feldenkrais has been part of her personal practice for over nineteen years. She has been a Feldenkrais Practitionercm for the past nine years. Some of her students have included a double gold metal Olympic swimmer and a world renowned swim coach/consultant. She maintains an active private practice, teaching individuals and groups in Portola Valley and Menlo Park and has been a guest teacher at Stamford.
For more information about her work: www.Umovebetter.com