“In 2009 I had a series of falls while hiking. My rehab progressed well but I noticed a new feeling of doubt and fear of repeating the devastating falls that broke my arm in three places. I worked with Elizabeth first with Tai Chi and then with Feldenkrais and learned that my lack of awareness would sabotage my hiking. With her help I have regained my confidence. Thank you, Elizabeth.”
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Rita Woods, RN . . . . . April 27, 2010
hired Elizabeth as a Feldenkrais practitioner in 2009
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The Feldenkrais Method® of Somatic Education
Andrew Weil, MD
What is Dr. Weil's view regarding Feldenkrais?
Dr. Weil often recommends trying the Feldenkrais Method for the treatment of any kind of neurological injury or insult, especially since it claims success in training the nervous system in developing and utilizing new pathways around areas of damage. Feldenkrais has specifically demonstrated success in helping to rehabilitate stroke victims. It is also effective with head injuries and other neurological conditions such as cerebral palsy and multiple sclerosis. Feldenkrais can be an effective part of an integrative-medicine approach to any painful condition from degenerative arthritis to fibromyalgia. Because it can help a person feel more comfortable within his or her body, Dr. Weil also feels that Feldenkrais can be an effective adjunct to psychotherapy and the treatment of mood disorders.