In Awareness Through Movement, “Learning is the kind of process where you learn to do the thing you can do in a different way, so that your choice is increased” (Moshe Feldenkrais, 1984, The Master Moves). Having more options helps makes your life a little easier.
The way we learn in lessons, though, can be quite different to the way we previously learnt to do things.
I shared two blogs on this topic written by Larry Goldfarb PhD, “What You Take With You, Parts 1 & 2”. In these, Larry discussed ways to approach and improve our learning in Awareness Through Movement lessons, which we can carry through into our everyday lives.
Here you’ll find information on the subject distilled into a checklist for quick and easy reference…