Feldenkrais Method and The Weber–Fechner law

Feldenkrais Method and Feelings

The Weber–Fechner law is a proposed relationship between the magnitude of a physical stimulus and the intensity or strength that people feel. One of the fundamental ideas of Feldenkrais is that in order to protect our body from the degeneration of its structure it is important to be in contact with the sensations that it gives us: in order words we need to develop our Kinesthetic intelligence. This is the aim of Feldenkrais Method: to develope or improve the ability to listen to the signals of our body in order to use it in an appropriate way. Only in this way we will be able to know what we are doing and “If you know what you are doing, you can do what you want.” “Dr. Feldenkrais.

Advertisements

What are the potential benefits of the Feldenkrais Method®

  • Better health and well-being
  • Improved attention, thinking ability, and emotional resilience
  • Reduced pain
  • Easier ways of doing familiar tasks
  • Improved posture, movement, coordination and balance
  • Fuller, easier breathing
  • Control over muscular tension

Who can benefit from the Feldenkrais Method®?

Feldenkrais Method®

Feldenkrais Method®

Everyone, young or old, those with great physical abilities or those with reduced abilities or difficulties.The Feldenkrais Method® can help people with chronic or acute pain in the neck, shoulders, back, hips, legs or knees by solving the cause of the problem, which is the inefficient use of the body. Based on this idea the method is effective also for those who want to improve the quality of their movement in order to improve their abilities in professional activities such as athletic competition and artistic performance (Dance, Music, Theater, Art, etc). The Feldenkrais Method® also helps people with problems of the central nervous system and neurological disabilities caused by Multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy, stroke, etc. Last but not least, the method is optimal for everyone in search of improving his/her quality of movement and movement potential, of experiencing greater ease and comfort during everyday activities, as well as of improving his/her body posture, respiration and achieving a greater sense of wholeness of self and well-being.