¸ Body Awareness as Healing Therapy: The Case of Nora ☆ Download by Ü Moshé Feldenkrais

Body Awareness As Healing Therapy The Case Of Nora Is Moshe Feldenkrais Classic Study Of His Work With Nora, A Woman Who Has Suffered A Severe Stroke And Lost Her Neuromuscular Coordination, Including The Ability To read And Write Feldenkrais Uses Rational And Intuitive Approaches To Help His Student Relearn Basic Motor Skills One Can Observe Here The Groundwork Of Feldenkrais Extraordinary Insights Which Became Known As The Feldenkrais Method We Follow His Detailed Descriptions Of The Trial And Error Process Which Led Him To See ¸ Body Awareness as Healing Therapy: The Case of Nora ☆ Download by Ü Moshé Feldenkrais The Ingredients That Were Needed To Help Nora Reshape Her Attention, Perception, Imagination And Cognition ï Body Awareness as Healing Therapy: The Case of Nora ï Dont like self help books this is a different version of them His style bothers me a bit.
Feldenkrais was extremely wise man, but same time his books are kind of hard to read But not this one As it s mainly a description of a case and the process to help person restore their abilities Not too much of philosophical thoughts are included Don t get me wrong, it s not that I disagree with his point of view, rather the opposite, but I can find it hard to read.
Definitely recommend this book and then others, with exercises What an inspiring tale This book really demonstrates Feldenkrais thought processes as he attempts to help Nora improve the quality of her life It s a great read, especially for those studying or looking to learnabout the Feldenkrais Method.
This is the best introduction to the feldenkrais method Very thin and light reading.
Feldenkrais is a freakin genius Let me just say that I m not sure this book reveals all the ways he s a genius but it does open a window into his thinking process as a genius and that s very cool If you knew nothing about his work and have never witnessed this sort of stuff happening, I have no idea if reading this book would give you a sense of it It s not nearly so compelling as some of the transcriptions of interviews and speeches that he s given It s still pretty compelling, though It s just that through the written word, it s hard to get a sense of the leaps he s making You can read about how he got a woman who couldn t read, write or even walk through a room without bumping into walls, to read, write and put her shoes on again but it s hard to really get the sense of being there and witnessing those changes What this book DOES do, is illuminate how he THOUGHT abou

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