The Feldenkrais Method gives participants enhanced access to the the body schema, the internal proprioceptive map of our body.  Experiments have shown that our internal map is not always accurate, and that we can have a deformed image of ourselves.  These inaccuracies can cause us to work too hard at tasks rather than with the ideal efficiency, or even to use our body incorrectly, leading to injury.

Through the Method, we have a chance to realign our body image and body schema, regaining our inherent balance, stability and alignment. Adam uses his knowledge of this Method to work with people on their performance, presentation and communication skills.  He has maintained his Certification since he completed the four-year training in 2000 and serves on the editorial board of the Feldenkrais Journal.   


 Adam's books and articles about the Feldenkrais Method of Somatic Education (TM) 


Improving Postural Alignment in Middle School Chorus

"Summerflute Blog" - a series of blog posts written during my week as Feldenkrais clinician at Summerflute, June 2012

"My Journey To Playing Well" A series of blog posts written during the course of the 2011 Alan Fraser Piano Feldenkrais Workshop


More articles about Adam's work with the Feldenkrais Method

"Integration and Improvisation - A Feldenkrais Practitioner at Longy" - Dalcroze Connections, Vol 1, No. 2

"Social Stories, The Feldenkrais Method and the Unanswered Question"  Feldenkrais Journal

"My Eyes Uncover My Hands, A Pianist's Journey"  Feldenkrais Journal

"Mathamatics and the Feldenkrais Method, Discovering the Relationship"  Feldenkrais Journal

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