From Feldenkrais to FlexAware

This article opens with a few brief anecdotes about Moshe Feldenkrais, showing his thinking about exercise and how that inspired and motivated me to create FlexAware. (Click on the following title to read the pdf.) From Feldenkrais to FlexAware

FlexAware Breathing, Healing, and Fitness

For new students, potential teachers, and experienced people as well. We’ll combine basic FlexAware movements with some new variations and a bit of the thinking that makes FlexAware unique. All ages and health conditions. $30. Contact us to register.

“Jacob’s Ladder” — a new seminar with Stephen Levin, M.D.

“Jacob’s Ladder: The Mechanics of Biological Movement” is the latest thinking of Dr. Stephen Levin. We’ll be learning about “four bar linkages, kinematic chains and their place in biotensegrity.” Dr. Levin is the pioneer of biotensegrity, the new science of movement that’s fundamental to FlexAware — and that will one day transform our understandings of […]

Asthma and Breathing — pre-research project

FlexAware is uniquely effective for helping people achieve free, full, effortless, natural breathing, like healthy children. Over the years, a lot of people have come for help with asthma, COPD, and other breathing problems. All have improved, I believe, though I haven’t kept regular notes and records. In recent months, I’ve been doing a lot […]

Welcome to the FlexAware Blog

This new website and blog are finally launching, and I’m thrilled. There’s a lot of information throughout the site, and I hope you’ll explore and read. In the FAQs, you’ll find specific ideas about breathing, back pain, yoga, fitness, stretching, strench-training, and other topics. The Science page also