Ryan C. Nagy, MA

If you are you happy with the way things are do not read this blog.

This blog and my life have a singular purpose: To get the work of Moshe Feldenkrais and that of several related thinkers such as Milton Erickson, Humburto Maturana and Gregory Bateson into the hands of as many people as possible with as few restrictions as possible.

When I write, "with as few restrictions as possible" I am speaking not only to the legal restrictions that many of us are familiar with - laws, trademarks and the like. But I am also speaking to unconscious processes and habits. Habits of emotional dependency, economic dependency and many others that we are often raised with and accept without realizing it. They are the subject - both directly and indirectly of many posts on this website. And more are on the way.

If you want to begin the journey of using the work of Moshe Feldenkrais in the way that benefits you the most, consider getting my short, free report:

"The Secret Mindset Shift YOU Can Use To Get the MOST from the work of Moshe Feldenkrais"

Ryan's Background (Just a Bit)

I am former drug dealer and drug addict. I have been homeless and spent many months living in my car and sleeping on the beach and in national forests through out the United States. Abuse, pain, depression? Yes, I have been there. And sometimes I slide back into feeling bad. But it happens less and less these days.

Now, I am an American Expat currently living in Mérida, Mexico which is in the state of Yucatan.

I left the United States on September 1st, 2010, having spent my "post druggie years" getting a Bachelors and Masters in Developmental Psychology, doing some work towards a PhD, creating a Feldenkrais practice and learning and traveling "on the cheap" all over the world.

I was able to leave the U.S. because I developed online passive income streams and created the ability to support myself by working online through the internet. I make passive income selling Feldenkrais mp3 downloads (on another of my websites) and from my online psychotherapy conferences, a venture that I run with Rob McNeilly one of Milton Erickson's students.

Living abroad has been absolutely amazing. I speak Spanish, have crazy Mexican adventures and manage my various online business interests.

If you want to keep up with what I do, and learn how to expand your practice and diversify your business, thoughts and income streams, consider joining my email list and viewing my blog: ryannagy.com/blog More to come.

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  1. Ryan,

    My link to the trauma conference expired and I wanted to check my downloads. Can you send me an active link?


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  2. I love what you wrote about getting the work of the wonderful people you mentioned into the hands of as many people as possible – and with as few restrictions as possible – you are speaking to one of my passions also. I’m distress with the ignorance of so many “professional” people who are more interested in promoting their favourite, “right”, approach, often exploring pathological defects that need fixing rather than focusing on the individual client and their potential resourcefulness. Keep up the work that you are doing.

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  3. Very interested in reading more

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  4. Hi Ryan
    Giovanna gave me your info. I live in Merida and am a contact improvver and bodyworker who had done the first year or two of the feldenkrais training many years ago with the Reeses. I’ve been wanting to call another local dance friend of mine I haven’t been in touch with, Ligia Aguilar, about teaching classes in my house but never got on it. Do you know her? Anyway, thanks for your site, and I am looking for teachers for Feldenkrais in my space to get back into dancing more. Copy Gio if you write me please because I’m terrible at keeping up with email and miss most messages.

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