I found this photo on Raffaele Rambaldi's facebook page. It is such a gorgeous photo I just had to share here, so others could gaze their eyes over the image. Can you imagine finding an organisation for the ribs to be light, to move like a soft basket of feathers. #MovementIntelligence
The Bones for Life wrap. Would you like to have a posture like this and learn to be pain free and age with grace? Yes, you can learn the art of teaching and move like this too. Then come along to the Brisbane training with senior Movement Intelligence trainer Jennifer Groves/Feldenkrais practitioner. View Jennifer's recent interview with Sharon Shostak for the Mullumbimby Historical Society. https://www.movement-intelligence.com.au/single-post/2018/01/09/Yoga-in-Byron-Bay-
Here is a wonderful article that Kim Wise from Coffs Harbour wrote a few years back. It is well work worth a read. Imagine if there were an obvious (yet elusive) and simple solution to osteoarthritis. That osteoarthritis is not a disease but more an end result or process of states of dis -ease of the whole being while doing.
If we ever are to have an intimate awareness of our skeleton in the field of gravity osteoarthritis would become extinct would it not? How could that b
Here is a recent photo of Ruthy Alon, at 87 she is force to be reckoned with. If you would like to have a posture like this and learn to be pain free and age with grace. Yes, you can learn the art of moving with grace too! Do come along to my local class in Mullumbimby on Saturday mornings. Message me for more information. #MovementIntelligence #MullumbimbyClasses #BonesForLife
I am reposting this video again due to the Bones for Life training in Brisbane this year. It gives a short and succinct explanation of Ruthy Alon's brilliant movement program. That is a must for the aging body and/or young. Movement is not born, our brains create the pathways and are not always functional. #Workshop #Trainings #BonesForLife
Ruthy Alon's Walk for Life program is simply brilliant. We will have a fun day with walking poles exploring many variations, creating better balance in walking and ease for long walks. This will be an inside/outside day and perhaps a swim in the pool to cool off. #Workshop #MovementIntelligence #WalkForLife
LEUSDEN, Netherlands — The shouts of schoolchildren playing outside echoed through the gymnasium where an obstacle course was being set up. There was the “Belgian sidewalk,” a wooden contraption designed to simulate loose tiles; a “sloping slope,” ramps angled at an ankle-unfriendly 45 degrees; and others like “the slalom” and “the pirouette.” They were not for the children, though, but for a class where the students ranged in age from 65 to 94. The obstacle course was clinic