Awareness Through Movement
IntensiveRestore and Rejuvenate in New York City
Thursday through Sunday, July 5th - 8th with David Zemach-Bersin & Marek Wyszynski
The Feldenkrais Method is an exploration and a celebration of our human potential for change, improvement and learning. Over and over again, the Feldenkrais Method demonstrates that there is nothing permanent about even our most ingrained habits. Dr. Feldenkrais designed Awareness Through Movement lessons to use the plasticity of our brain to facilitate the improvement of every imaginable aspect of our body's function and comfort. This special Summer ATM Intensive will feature powerful lessons, which will provide you with an opportunity to achieve real and lasting change. Even for those of us who are experienced, the relief and improvement that we realize after doing an ATM can be lost when we return to our busy lives. This problem is solved if we allow ourselves a more sustained approach, a deeper 'immersion.'
Each participant in the Summer ATM Intensive will have an opportunity to receive Functional IntegrationSM lessons, before or after class, from our experienced staff at a discounted rate. You must call 212-727-1014 to book FIs in advance.
For those who live outside the New York City area, the Summer ATM Intensive presents an opportunity to enjoy a restorative and rejuvenating vacation, combining the benefits of doing Feldenkrais during the day, with enjoying the sights and sounds of New York in the afternoon and evening. If you are a resident of New York, the Summer ATM Intensive is an opportunity to treat yourself to a 'staycation' during which you'll fully immerse yourself in the richness of the Feldenkrais Method, improving both your physical comfort, and sense well-being. At the end of this four-day experience, you'll remember what it's like to feel truly different... truly changed... truly better.
: Thur, July 5th: Noon to 6:00 pm
Fri, July 6th through Sun, July 8th: 10:00 am - 4:00 pmTuition
134 W 26th St, 2nd Fl
New York, NY 10001
Feldenkrais Institute Co-Founder, David Zemach-Bersin, is one of Dr. Moshe Feldenkrais' original American students. He studied closely with Dr. Feldenkrais from 1973-1984 in the U.S., England, and at the Feldenkrais Institute in Israel. For over 30 years he has been an international leader in the practice and development of The Feldenkrais Method. In 1983, David co-founded Feldenkrais Resources, the primary publisher of Dr. Moshe Feldenkrais' books and audio programs, and he is also the co-founder of The Feldenkrais Institute of New York, and the non-profit Feldenkrais Foundation.
David is the Director of the New York City and Washington / Baltimore Feldenkrais Method Training Programs. He has taught in Feldenkrais Training Programs throughout the U.S. and Europe, as well as courses for physical and occupational therapists. Since 2004, David has been a guest teacher at the prestigious Marlboro Music Festival. He is a Honors graduate of UC Berkeley, with extensive post-graduate work in physiological psychology, and is the co-author of Relaxercise (HarperCollins), a popular introduction to The Feldenkrais Method, as well as the author of many popular Feldenkrais Method audio programs.
David has served as President of The Feldenkrais Guild of North America, and since 1977 has maintained a private practice working with a diverse population including those with severe movement limitations, neurological problems, children, seniors, world-class musicians, dancers, actors, and those in chronic pain. He lives with his wife Kaethe, a children's book author and illustrator, and their children in Bucks County, Pennsylvania.
Institute Co-Director and Co-Founder Marek Wyszynski is a licensed Physical Therapist, a Certified Feldenkrais Practitioner and a former supervisor for the Lenox Hill Hospital's New York Pain Treatment Program. He studied and worked with the world renowned physician Dr. Hans Kraus (the pioneer of trigger-point therapy and president Kennedy's back pain physician). Since 1991 he has worked with people suffering from acute and chronic pain. Marek's article: A Structured Physical Therapy Approach for Treating the Muscular Components of Chronic Pain Syndromes was published in The Journal of Back & Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation. He is also a former national fencing champion (Poland) and coach. Marek is the Director of Physical Therapy and Feldenkrais NYC.