Who can benefit from using the Feldenkrais Method?
• Those who experience pain in hips, legs, knee, shoulders, neck, and back. • Those who want to avoid injury from repetitive motions on the job, or who already suffer from it. • Those who have central nervous system conditions such as stroke, multiple sclerosis, or cerebral palsy. • Pregnant women who want to avoid backache. • Senior citizens who want to expand their ability to move or regain what they have lost. • People who need to learn new relaxation and coping techniques. • Those who want to be at their best before beginning exercise programs. • People suffering from fibromyalgia and other chronic pain. • Athletes who wish to increase their performance. • Anyone who wants to overcome limitations caused by stress, illness, or accident. • Musicians who want to learn new, less strained positions for their hands and fingers. • Those who want to feel better physically and mentally. The Feldenkrais Method isn’t a cure for disease. A longtime practitioner, Lawrence W. Goldfarb, said in a