“To make the impossible possible, make the possible comfortable and the comfortable easy and pleasant” – Moshe Feldenkrais

Teachers: Sigal Korenhendler en Kobi Farhi
Date: sunday 29 september 2024
Time: 10u – 15u
Location: Grote Wittenburgerstraat 9B, Amsterdam
Access: 8-10 people
Registration by e-mail to: tesselbeek@gmail.com
Price: 140 euros. For early birds: 125 euros -registration before 15th August. 90 euro for Studio Selma Susanna students and alumni

About the workshop
This unique opportunity will allow you to experiment something which has been spoken and written about often: the connection of Body & Mind.

This one day workshop is mainly intended for actors, performers, dancers and anyone who feels curious to experiment with the Feldenkrais method.

The Feldenkrais method helps restore physical and mental flexibility, develops the ability to move freely and harmoniously, as well as an upright posture without effort.
The lessons are mostly lying down with direct instructions to the skeleton and the mind. Each participant translates the instructions into subtle movements with their body. We will get to know the method, learn and experience. Without the need to deal with balance and carrying the body against gravity, instead we will lie in different planes of motion and surprise the nervous system with light and gentle movements that relax the body and mind. There will be explanation and highlights of the lessons being taught and there will be time for questions and answers.

The workshop is led by Sigal Korenhendler and Kobi Farhi, teachers and certified Feldenkrais therapists.
Sigal Graduated from the “Nissan Nativ” acting school and is an assistant trainer and teacher course instructor at Ruty Bar Feldenkrais – Tel Aviv, since 2011 (www.rutybar.com). She has experience in guiding, treating and teaching individually and in groups.

Kobi is an Amsterdam based Feldenkrais practitioner and coach after completing his Feldenkrais studies in Barcelona in 2018. Before, Kobi did his BA and MA in Haifa and has worked in HR for many years, heading HR teams in tech start-ups. Working with people has always been his passion (www.powerofmovement.net).