The lessons in this series are oriented toward those who wish to improve the functioning of their legs—and specifically their knees and ankles. Most programs for the improvement of difficulties in the knees depend on strengthening. This educational program focuses on other issues critical to the health of knees and ankles, addressing such themes as improving the flexibility of all the joints in the legs for greater resiliency; how to reduce chronic tension that interferes with comfortable, healthy movement; how to distribute effort through the legs in order to reduce strain on particular joints and the improvement of alignment through the joints.
The Feldenkrais Method
always works with individual joints in the context of larger movement patterns involving the whole person thus focusing on overall posture will also be used to enhance the functioning of the knees and ankles. All lessons in this series are basic and gentle – appropriate for those recovering from an injury. No prior experience with the Feldenkrais Method is necessary.
The author of the series, Elizabeth Beringer has 30 years’ of experience teaching the Feldenkrais Method
She created this series following her own recovery from a serious knee injury.
Lessons and Chapters
- Introduction: Sliding Legs with Ease
- Sliding Legs with Ease, Part 2
- A Mobile Pelvis Frees The Ankles
- Circling The Ankles
- Finding Stability For Strength
- Finding Stability for Strength, Part 2
- Improving Walking While Sitting
- Moving from Head to Foot While Standing