“The Feldenkrais Method” Webinar by Cynthia Allen – Video Available

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Cynthia Allen, GCFP, STMI gave a presentation titled “The Feldenkrais Method and other Somatic Approaches to Improve Function and Ease”. It focuses on movement techniques to increase your body awareness and learning how to improve your quality of movement.

 

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Find a Feldenkrais Practitioner or class:  www.feldenkrais.com
Contact Cynthia Allen at cynthiaallen@futurelifenow.com

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About our speaker: Cynthia Allen, GCFP, STMI

 

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.

Ms. 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.

– Cynthia Allen is a Certified Feldenkrais® practitioner and Certified Bones for Life® Teacher/Trainer.

– She has been working in holistic practices, health care management and organizational consulting for over 25 years.

– Cynthia is the co-author of Integral Human Gait theory and teaches Gait (Walking/Running) for Wild Human Potential workshops.

– She works with persons of all ages and levels of function. Her practice philosophy has been molded by her own exploration for balance and health.

 

Click here for more about Cynthia Allen

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