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Jan

19

The Privilege of Being a Practitioner

One of my Feldenkrais clients has spent many decades as a professional dancer. He is exceptionally accomplished in his field. And while working with him, I got to introduce a movement to him that he’d never experienced before, in all those decades of dance.   Me? I’d always felt a bit clumsy physically. I was […]

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Aug

04

Increasing Comfort in the Alzheimer’s Wing

My grandmother lives in the Alzheimer’s Wing. She no longer recognizes me or most of the people around her. She spends her days in a wheelchair because she forgot how to walk. Many of her basic functions are now beyond her. This is true of a lot of other residents of the place.   The […]

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May

01

Rats Love Chocolate

Apparently rats love chocolate. This is something I have in common with rats. In an experiment, scientists monitored their brains as they went through a maze, at the end of which was chocolate. (yum.) The scientists watched the rats’ brains light up in various sections as they searched for the good smelling stuff – and […]

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