“The Feldenkrais Method & other Somatic Approaches to Improve Function and Ease”

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cynthiaAllenOn March 17, Cynthia Allen presents “Feldenkrais Method & other Somatic Approaches for EDS”.

 

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WHEN: Tuesday, March 17, 20155  at 7:30-9:30pm, EST

TOPIC:  “The Feldenkrais Method & other Somatic Approaches to Improve Function and Ease” 

 

PRESENTER:   Cynthia Allen, GCFP,  STMI

Cynthia Allen is the  Chief Executive Officer of Integrative Learning Center of Mid America in Cincinnati, Ohio.

In this webinar, Cynthia Allen will introduce you to three bodies of work from the somatic education field: the Feldenkrais Method, Bones for Life and Walk for Life. She will lead listeners through short but powerful movement lessons to demonstrate how rapidly physical organization can change when the brain is given the sensory information it craves.

At the heart of the somatic approach is the concept of the body as an integral part of the mind and brain. In fact, there is no real separation between these aspects. Key then is not only our quality of cognition or muscle strength, but also, how we perceive ourselves and experience our movements from moment-to-moment.

The spectrum of Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome is wide. Yet with all syndromes, diseases or injuries, we can experience improvement by improving the mind-brain-body conversation. As the quality of movement and perception increases, the brain gains vital information to use in the innumerable details it controls, including assignment of pain or pleasure and even how to walk from here to there.

 

Instructions to participate in the LIVE event:

If you have questions related to attendee privacy or the attendee experience, please click here and then page down to view the FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions).

 

At the time of the meeting, click on the following link:

https://jdfonlineent.globalmeet.com/EDSAwarenessMeetingnumbertwo

 

– Sign in as a guest (This will connect you to the “visual” through your  computer screen. If you have a pop-up blocker,  click “Join meeting” to bypass this.)

– The “Connect Audio” window will appear.  Select “call my phone”, type your phone number, and click “connect me”

You will then receive an automated phone call which will connect you to the audio part of the meeting. (You will listen through your phone, but your computer screen will still be connected to the visual, so you can view the doctor’s slide presentation.)

 

– Please send questions for the presenter to info@edsawareness.com

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About our speaker: Cynthia Allen, GCFP, STMI

Chief Executive Officer

Integrative Learning Center of Mid America Cincinnati, Ohio

Integrative Learning Center of Mid-America is a non-profit with virtual centers in personal gowth professional and continuing education in with a focus on Feldenkrais, Bones for Life, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Massage Therapy and Bodywork.

Our aim is an integral board for building the infrastructure through fund raising and vision. We are open to additional passionate board members that can help drive the development of the next areas of focus in Research, Spirituality and others yet to be discovered. Volunteers, particularly in grant writing, are always welcome.

Cynthia Allen, GCFP, STMI

Cynthia Allen is a movement specialist trained in the Feldenkrais Method of somatic education, a Senior Trainer in Movement Intelligence and co-creator of Integral Human Gait theory. She is partner in Future Life Now, LLC in Cincinnati, Ohio, where she sees clients. Allen also teaches continuing education courses throughout the U.S. for rehab professionals and movement educators.Her personal interest lies in empowering each individual to become his/her own best expert by increasing their awareness and learning how to improve their quality of movement.

Click here for more about  Cynthia Allen

 

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