In this video you’ll explore a series of gentle movements based on the Feldenkrais Method to help release jaw pain and neck tension., headaches, teeth clenching and teeth grinding (bruxism).
This is part 2 of these gentle exercises based on the Feldenkrais Method can help you relieve jaw and neck tension, which can lead to teeth clenching and teeth grinding (bruxism).
Free your hips and back – gentle movements based on the Feldenkrais Method to help you release tension in the muscles about the hips and pelvis through simple flowing movements, staying in your pain-free range.
In the second part of this Feldenkrais ‘Awareness through Movement Lesson’ we expand the movements to incorporate some new variations.
Relieve neck and back pain, while improving body awareness, alignment and posture.
In this short video Australian Feldenkrais Physiotherapist Jodie Krantz demonstrates a flowing sequence of movements that help you discover feel how the neck, shoulders and chest can function in a more integrated and harmonious way, to bring relief of pain and stiffness.
Relieve back and neck pain using only a rolled up blanket and these simple and gentle movements.
Align your ankles, knees and hips and improve your balance and coordination with the Feldenkrais Method. These simple exercises done gentle and mindfully can help improve your gait and put more spring in your step when you go for a walk.
In this lesson you will lie on a blanket roller, gently exploring movements of the two sides of the body in a way that helps to improve your flexibility and symmetry while normalising muscle tone and releasing tension in your neck, back and all along your spine. I find it really helps me sense my central axis more clearly, improving my posture and alignment.
The exercises in this video are an abbreviated version of a full Awareness Through Movement Lesson. The Feldenkrais Method is a wonderful way to improve movement, release pain and tension and enhance well-being.
This is an intermediate level exercise that requires considerable shoulder girdle and core strength.
Improve core stability and shoulder girdle strength while massaging gluteal muscles and back of the pelvis.
This exercise requires an ability to maintain balance and pelvic stability with the mini-ball in an asymmetric or uneven position under the back of the pelvis.
This Pilates exercise combines core stability and balance work with a gentle stretch for the psoas muscle in the front of the hip.
This is a great stretch for the muscles along the side of you chest and waist as well as the area under your arm. Intermediate level.
This exercise requires you to balance your pelvis on the small unstable surface of the mini-ball with your legs in the ‘table-top’ position.
For all our clients Jodie has made an instructional video on how to safely operate the studio pilates equipment.