Flexibility and stability. Solid and liquid.
Often, these two characteristics of the human body seem to be complete opposites, however it is precisely the flexibility and agility of our body that allow us to be stable.
If stability predominates, we feel stiff. If it is flexibility that is predominant, we lack support.
Only when these two qualities are in balance, the body can make the most of its movement potential and at the same time adapt to the most diverse situations.
Our spine is a good example for this: it consists of vertebrae, thereby allowing us to make the most amazing movements, and it is a pillar that provides us with the stability to stay upright.
In the seminar Flexibility and Stability, you are going to learn more about these relationships. The selected Feldenkrais lessons will help you feel more stable and yet more flexible, and to become even softer.
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