Awareness through Movement: Easy-to-Do Health Exercises to Improve Your Posture, Vision, Imagination, and Personal Awareness Paperback – 15 Aug 1991
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"The exercises are so simple and so ingenious they lead on to others which one can invent in the same style. It is so clever to develop the body by making the mind and senses aware of each side of the body separately. It increases the subtlety of sensation and starts a competitive cycle as each side stimulates the other."-- Yehudi Menuhin"Feldenkrais's most popular and accessible book."-- "Smithsonian
About the Author
Moshe Feldenkrais (1904-1984) is also the author of The Body and Mature Behavior and The Elusive Obvious, among other books, and originated the Awareness-Through-Movement method for increased health and heightened sensory awareness.
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This is actually my fourth copy of the book - I've given the previous three away to people that have shown interest in it. I'm sure I'll do the same again in the future.
I'd recommend the book for anyone that wants to become more aware of themselves and how they move and be able to look after themselves better.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
i actually use this as a text book for yoga teacher training
Good book but the photos are lousy ended up giving my copy to a charity shopPublished 17 months ago by P. J. De Maziere
Well worth reading- not too easy to follow compared to more modern books -but well worth itPublished 20 months ago by Gillian Hughes