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Functional Integration (IF)®

  • 45 min
  • 60 euros
  • Gap

Description du service

The Feldenkrais Method® allows to identify what we do or how we organize ourselves to satisfy our intentions. Most of our habits are motor and behavioural patterns learned in childhood or as a result of events that required adaptation, all of which have now become automatic and, for the most part, unconscious. It enables us to become aware of our habits, to experience different ways of doing things (many variations) that are more in harmony with our current needs and limitations, and to savour the comfort and fluidity derived from these new ways of acting. «Awareness Through Movement lessons are designed to improve ability, that is, to expand the boundaries of the possible, to turn the impossible into the possible, the difficult into the easy and the easy into the pleasant.» -Moshe Feldenkrais THE OBJECTIVE BEING… to enable everyone to function at their best in everyday life. The Feldenkrais Method teaches us how each part of the body cooperates in each movement, helping us to perfect our actions and to be more physically and mentally available. Both group lessons (PCM) and individual lessons (IF) create the ideal conditions for learning, so that everyone can discover movements forgotten or excluded from their habits, and transgress limitations programmed following stress, an accident, an operation, or simply discover much more efficient and optimal new ways of walking, sitting, running, turning, standing... Neurophysiological research shows that the nervous system has the ability to reorganize itself. By stimulating this "relearning" potential, considerable improvements are rapidly felt in posture, balance, coordination and general well-being WHAT DOES IT LOOK LIKE The individual Functional Integration® (FI) lesson is a form of tactile and kinaesthetic communication through manual contact. Following an interview, the session is tailored to your unique configuration. The session takes place on a low table, comfortably clothed and most of the time lying down. During the session, the practitioner uses simple movements to suggest new, more functional patterns of action. It's never a question of "correcting" someone, but of engaging them in a process of discovery, enabling them to rediscover their own functionality.


  • Gap, Hautes-Alpes, France

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