South Bend Workshop DVD Set (1980) by Moshe Feldenkrais
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The South Bend Workshop with Moshe Feldenkrais is as close to a live experience of Feldenkrais’s teaching as you can get today. It is currently the only workshop Feldenkrais taught for the public where you have the video image to go with the audio. Its wonderful to observe how Feldenkrais weaves together the movement experiments with the inspirational ideas that are at the core of the Feldenkrais Method. We recommend this DVD for people with prior Awareness Through Movement experience.
The years of 1980 and 1981 were arguably the most creative and generative years in Dr. Moshe Feldenkrais’ teaching career and they also mark the final years that he taught workshops open to the public. This two and a half day weekend workshop, conducted in South Bend, Indiana in 1980, finds Feldenkrais in top form. The workshop is oriented to the beginning student, yet the lessons are uniquely constructed and will offer new perspectives for more experienced students at all levels. You will find it fascinating to experience how Feldenkrais is able to bring a group with a wide range of abilities and ages to a level where they are able to successfully perform challenging Awareness Through Movement lessons. Throughout the weekend Feldenkrais masterfully interweaves his wide ranging ideas about human potential, learning, psychology, development and the plasticity of the brain, with his movement lessons. The audio quality of this course is very good, and though the video picture is mainly black and white and not up to today’s standards, it is still clear and easy to follow. The South Bend workshop is the only public workshop taught by Dr. Feldenkrais currently available on DVD.
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The term was introduced by Austrian psychologist Alfred Adler with the meaning of “a person’s basic character as established early in childhood”.
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