Woman Rider Restoration Course
‘The Feldenkrais Method® seeks to gently reeducate those who may have forgotten how to move comfortably by subtly retraining the nervous system. This approach is fundamentally different from medical care: In the Feldenkrais Method® the student collaborates with his teacher to relearn comfortable ways of moving, whereas in the medical approach the emphasis is on repairing a structural defect.’
~ Turner Osler, MD, FACS, MSc,
Department of Surgery,
University of Vermont
The Feldenkrais Method® is for everyone.
Yet, it is up to the individual to assess whether he or she is ready for the chosen class.
The practice of movement education asks you, the participant, to gauge the safety of your practice within your personal physical limitations.
You can find out ‘How to approach your Feldenkrais lessons,’ with an effortless quality here.
Nothing about the Feldenkrais Method® is intended to substitute for medical advice or care.
Consult your physician before beginning any new physical activity. You can refer your physician to Feldenkrais.com for more information.
If you suffer from specific injuries or disease or if you are pregnant follow all recommended practices only.
Heather Beachum is a Guild Certified Feldenkrais Teacher®, and assumes no responsibility for injuries suffered while engaging in Feldenkrais lessons.
Riding For Women, LLC assumes no responsibility for injuries suffered while engaging in Feldenkrais lessons.
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