Body and Mature Behavior has 73 ratings and 2 reviews. A victim of debilitating injuries, Moshe Feldenkrais was intimately aware of the link between bodily. Body and Mature Behavior is a unique study of human development that is concerned with the relationships between movement, emotional maturity, and. A victim of debilitating injuries, Moshe Feldenkrais was intimately aware of the link between bodily suffering and mental health. Through healing himself, he.
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Body and Mature Behavior: A victim of debilitating injuries, Moshe Feldenkrais was intimately aware of the link between bodily suffering and mental health.
In an intellectually rich and eloquent feldeenkrais, Feldenkrais delves into neurology, prehistory, child development, gravity and anti-gravity, reflexive versus learned behavior, the effects of emotion, especially anxiety, on posture, and most importantly, the inseparability of body and mind.
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Some Pertinent Facts 2 I. LearningThe Uniqueness of Man.
Body and Mature Behavior: A Study of Anxiety, Sex, Gravitation, and Learning by Moshé Feldenkrais
Conditioned Reflexes and Habits. Muscular Habit and the Sexual Act.
Localization of Functions and Maturity. Erect Posture and Action.
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Other editions – View all Body and Mature Behavior: As a result of suffering debilitating injuries, Feldenkrais began an intense exploration into the relationship between bodily movement and healing, feeling, thinking, and learning. In the process of healing himself, Feldenkrais made revolutionary discoveries, culminating in the development of the method that now bears his name.
There are two aspects to his method: His unique and subtle approach to facilitating human change and to improving functioning is spelled out in a number of influential books, including Awareness Through MovementThe Elusive Obvious, and The Potent Self. Feldenkrais was also the author of a number of books about Judo and one of the first Europeans to hold a black belt in the art.
Today there are nearly four thousand Feldenkrais Method practitioners around the world. Moshe Feldenkrais died in and his insights continue to contribute to the development of the new field of somatic education and continue to influence disciplines such as the arts, education, psychology, child development, physical and occupational therapy, sports enhancement, and gerontology.
Feldenkrais’s original students and holds a Ph. He has been involved with the Feldenkrais Method for thirty years.