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Mindful Spontaneity: Lessons in the Feldenkrais Method

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Ruthy Alon's description of Feldenkrais work in Mindful Spontaneity is a favored text of a generation of Feldenkrais enthusiasts. Alon weaves experiential and theoretical information in a poetic yet pragmatic language. These simple and unexpected suggestions will help everyone who suffers from restricted movement or pain to find a new sense of freedom.

392 pages, Paperback

First published July 1, 1990

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August 6, 2011
More than a reference book. It is filled with wonderful and interesting information, insights and exercises to do. I find that Ruthy's style of writing is easy for the beginner to understand and follow. This is definitely the way of the future , as science is just this last decade or so catching up to Moshe Feldenkrais' work on the brain and the neuromuscular connection.

I recommend Feldenkrais for EVERYONE ... it is not just for the elite athletes, musicians and those with a severe situations. It is affordable and simple to do with great results, sometimes in places you do not expect!

Great for everyday people to easily improve the simple, basic things of life you take for granted as a child! Like balance, flexibility, strength, relaxation. What every you do, you will do better after Feldenkrais.
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