Ryan Nagy

Moving Easier and Pain-Free is the goal.

And Feldenkrais is an aweseome tool to help you.

I teach awareness. Feldenkrais-based movement sessions such as the ones I sell on my download store are designed to help you achieve specific goals such a getting rid of back pain, and tmj pain. And to help you breathe easier and better and to have more potent use of your body.

These are sensory-motor learning processes. And they help you organize your physical movement. I think of them as "movement through awareness" not "awareness through movement" as Feldenkrais called them.

I feel my phrasing is more grounded. You can radically improve your movement-ability by bringing awareness to your body movements and sensations and engaging in highly unique Feldenkrais movement sequences or "exercises" as some people like to call them. Feldenkrais can teach you how to move easier, freer, and without pain.

5 Comments

  1. 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.

  2. 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.

  3. Rob McNeilly

    I’m giving you a + + for this one

    ” 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.”

    John

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