Rocking the Pelvis, Waking the Hips$1.99 View Details
Can you feel your spine move through your whole torso? How does your femur conduct force into the hip joint? Don't you want to know the answer and have a good time? Lie down and enjoy!
On Your Feet$1.99 View Details
This is a really unique lesson, done in standing, walking and using a chair. It is a wonderful way to integrate feet, ankles and hips for walking.
Rolling the Arms, Relaxing the Spine$1.99 View Details
Like so many lessons, this one connects shoulders, pelvis, head and back. But you do it while exploring a key function of your arms. See if you can figure out why people call this lesson the "Errol Flynn." (Of course, that means you're old enough to know who Errol Flynn was :-))
Spinal Chain$1.99 View Details
What happens when you lift your pelvis and your back off the floor? Flowing and supple, or stiff and sore? What if your vertebrae could move freely up and down? This was the first lesson I ever taught over 25 years ago, and still one of my all time favorites.
Long Legged Side Bend$1.99 View Details
We often don't realize how stiff our ribs can be, or how our ribs and legs work together. While in its original form, this lesson can be challenging, with props and careful attention you can modify it and get a lot learning.
The Pelvic Clock$1.99 View Details
Often imitated, but always uniquely Feldenkrais, this magnificent tour of your center is easy for anyone and makes you feel good all over.
Flexors/extensors and Your Insides$1.99 View Details
This lesson explores the classic legs crossed movement with the added support of learning what some people call see-saw breathing (even though your breath is not really the cause of the movement!) It's wonderful for anyone with back pain or wishing to lengthen the spine and legs.
The Little Book of Falling (and Getting Up) Paperback$9.99 View Details
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The Art of Walking$60.00 View Details
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A Feldenkrais/Qi Gong Workshop
Taught by Stephen Opper and Lavinia Plonka
Saturday, June 3, 1 - 5 PM
Deep Into Your Eyeballs$1.99 View Details
This very meditative lesson connects your eye cavities with your mouth cavity. Using imagery and subtle movements of the tongue, you'll feel how your eyes and mouth work together in amazing ways.
E-Motion$350.00 View Details
The Feldenkrais Method and The Power of Feeling
An Advanced Training for Feldenkrais and Somatic Practitioners
Sept 29 - Oct 1, 2017 Complete Details
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Talk to the Hand$1.99 View Details
Sore hand or wrist? Shoulder bothering you? Too much mousing? This amazing, subtle lesson works wonders. Although it was taught lying down, (and is amazingly relaxing in the horizontal), you can also do most of this lesson at your desk, leaning your elbow on the desk instead of the floor. Truly a zen experience for hand and fingers.
Have Fun in Your Chair!$1.99 View Details
They say sitting is the new smoking. But what if you need to sit because of work, or because you can't get down to the floor? This lesson will help with your posture, your breathing and your comfort, all while sitting right in your chair!
Bending and Twisting on a Chair$1.99 View Details
When you spend a lot of time sitting, your spine gets compressed, everything gets stiff and even your internal organs are affected. This powerful lesson will wake up your ribs, and enliven your entire spine. I find just doing portions of this lesson while trapped at a desk is a great rejuvenator.
Reversibility and Resilience$50.00 View Details
A Feldenkrais/Creative Body Workshop
Saturday, February 11, 1 - 4:30 PM
Jes’ Rollin’ Around$1.99 View Details
Make sure you have enough room from side to side for this lesson. And take your time! Feel free to only do some of the movement the first time. While we all love to roll around, this has some adventurous moments at the end. Remember to always stay with what's comfortable and easy. Once you own the lesson, you have all the time in the world to get to the end!
Get Your Sexy Back$0.99 View Details
Six simple movement lessons to enliven you and get your mojo working again.
Your Sixth Sense: The Key To Joyful Living$375.00 View Details
A Feldenkrais/Creative Body Immersion
May 4 - 7, Art of Living Retreat Center, Boone, NC
Grounded, Centered, Present$50.00 View Details
A Feldenkrais/Creative Body Workshop
Saturday, December 3, 1:00 - 4:30 PM
I’ve Got Your Back$50.00 View Details
A Feldenkrais/Creative Body Workshop
Saturday, October 22, 1 - 4:30 PM
The Pelvis and Balance$1.99 View Details
After teaching this lesson one day, a student told me, "This lesson should be titled, 'Pelvis, Pelvis, Pelvis.'". It's all about how your center affects everything else - your balance, your comfort, your stance. It also happens to be one of my all time favorite lessons.
Resting Your Eyes$1.99 View Details
You can improve your eyesight while relaxing the rest of yourself. Eye strain and habitual ways of using the eyes are two ways that we limit vision AND affect our carriage. This lesson is all about finding new options for your eyes.
Hamstrings and Hips!$1.99 View Details
So many people complain about tight hamstrings without realizing that flexibility comes from the back and hip flexors. This lesson offers a few challenging moves - just remember, less is more!
Where Does My Reach Begin?$1.99 View Details
This side lying lesson explores the relationship of the arm and shoulder to the spine and ribs, while also improving rotation and a fun grand finale.
Self Hug$1.99 View Details
We all need a hug sometimes. But this hug will not only offer new insights into your scapulae and ribs, but will also teach you about the joys of rotation and differentiation - two crucial abilities that are easy to lose in our sedentary culture. Plus you get a bonus "self-massage!"
Pelvic and Shoulder Girdles$1.99 View Details
In an organized skeleton, the pelvic and shoulder girdles are doing a constant dance together. This lesson looks at all the ways they interact, and how that informs the movement of your spine.This side lying lesson is delightfully easy.
Folding and Unfolding$1.99 View Details
While the title hints at the movement, this mostly side-lying exploration of flexion and extension has a secret agenda - the ability to foresee a movement and execute it without compulsion. "If you know what you're doing, you can do what you want." Moshe Feldenkrais
Big X$1.99 View Details
One day, a student called to ask if there were lessons for migraines. Then someone else walked in complaining of back pain. Someone else said, "Ugh, you have anything for my right hip?" At a loss, I decided to stick with my lesson plan and teach this amazing lesson that looks at EVERYTHING including our self-image. To my amazement, each of these people thanked me for choosing a lesson "just for me." While this lesson begins in sitting, it is mostly on the back. Enjoy!
How Do You Arch?$1.99 View Details
Yogis and non-yogis alike love this unusual, stress free way to explore ways of arching the back. This lesson looks at the "wave" of movement that travels from the feet to the shoulders, how the spine responds to the foot and hand's pressure, the shoulder and hip joint relationship, and maybe, discovering new possibilities for the backbend (Yoga wheel pose)
Pelvic Rock with Knees open$1.99 View Details
The relationship of the lumbar spine and pelvis with your hip flexors is the subject of many lessons. Here we explore it directly through the simple movement of rocking.
Lighten the Legs with your Pelvis$1.99 View Details
They say you can't lose weight doing Feldenkrais :-). But Feldenkrais once said that when the system is properly organized, the impression is one of weightlessness. Paradox indeed. This lesson explores how the pelvis can lift your legs, and the second half will take you into surprising new directions. (No spoilers here!)
Improving Diagonals$1.99 View Details
Whenever I teach my "top ten" series, this lesson is a must. Not only does it re-balance the two sides of the self, it harmonizes top and bottom. Oh, and let's not forget the diagonal relationship between opposite shoulders and hips. As with so many lessons, this one leads to a surprising, functional finale.