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The Feldenkrais Process of Learning

January 12, 2020 @ 4:00 pm 5:00 pm

What does it mean to be at your Learning Edge?

Learning is an integral part of living.

It necessitates changes our actions in the world – finding new or alternate ways to achieve our goals, so that we can come to a challenge with openness and a willingness to experiment, make mistakes, and discover what works for us.As we become aware of our learning strategies, and how and what we attend to, we can explore new options to develop greater resilience and resourcefulness that we can use in our everyday lives.

Discovering HOW we learn, and improving the ways we learn is integral to the Feldenkrais method.

In this webinar the members of the teaching team we will be sharing and discussing their experiences of learning through the Feldenkrais Method – both the joys and frustrations; how these are deeply embedded within the structure of ATM lessons, and how they apply this learning to all aspects of their lives.

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Your Instructors

Julie Peck and Gisèle St. Hilaire

Julie Peck, the Educational Director of the Kelowna Feldenkrais Teacher Training, is know for working collaboratively with colleagues and students. Julie graduated from the Sydney Feldenkrais training in 1990, became an accredited Feldenkrais trainer in 2003, and also has a background in physiotherapy. She finds her private practice (where she works with a wide range of clients), her teaching in numerous trainings and advanced trainings, and sharing learning experiences with colleagues, clients and students are the main sources of her continual learning.She has found her journey in the Feldenkrais Method over the last 25 years has enhanced and refined her abilities in innumerable ways, particularly in stimulating her ability to direct her own discoveries and learning, and to share this with others.

Gisèle St. Hilaire writes, “I’ve been practicing the Feldenkrais Method since 2001 in Winnipeg. Although I have an extensive background as a physiotherapist, I currently work exclusively in my Feldenkrais practice. I am very much looking forward to the Kelowna training because I LOVE to learn, and I LOVE participating in others “a-ha” moments of learning. I want to bring my own level of expertise in this method to a higher level, and I love to have fun while doing so.”

Kelowna Feldenkrais Training

https://kelownafeldenkraistraining.ca