The final Feldenkrais class series of 2016 begins this week. We'll bring our focus to the comfort of the neck and jaw, the actions of which can influence the comfort and posture of the entire body.
This is the time of year we finish the harvest, digging through the garden to bring in the morsels before the cold weather sets in and planting the cold weather crops, those roots that grow best when its not hot. The timing was perfect for my rummaging back through Anam Cara by John O’donahue, searching for his words about the body and the soul that related to what Moshe Feldenkrais referred to as the big body, that part of you outside yourself that you live into, the space around you that contains you.
Let’s face it, we could all use sanctuary from time to time. Sanctuary that might restore enough of us to the point of doing less violence to one another, at the very least restore us to the point of feeling peace. If we feel peace, we might do less violence and that alone might open the possibility for even greater sanctuary for others. Maybe we could heal the world if enough people had sanctuary.
It’s easy to underestimate the need for a healthy pelvic floor, until you have a problem. Whether you have back or pelvic pain, poor bladder control, insufficient control of breathing, or digestive issues, the pelvic floor holds the key to your well-being.