What will you find if you learn to experience your chest as a soft and flexible basket rather than a rigid cage?

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Treasure Chest

Feldenkrais Awareness Through Movement Workshop
with Tiffany Sankary
Sunday, November 5, 1-5pm

Location: Tree of Life Tai Chi, 11 Bow Street, Somerville, MA

Cost: $85 Regular
$65 Early-bird by October 22
$55 Early-bird with a friend
$45 Students (College/University and Feldenkrais Training Program)


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Awareness Through Movement® (ATM) lessons 

are verbally guided movement sequences, which help to clarify fundamental biological movement patterns and bring you closer to your potential. By slowing down, reducing your effort, and becoming aware of your habits and preferences in movement, more of your whole self becomes involved in every action. Previously unseen possibilities become available. Your system becomes more efficient and free to move with ease and spontaneity. For most, a difference can be felt after one lesson.  Repeated regular attendance deepens your sensitivity and ability to integrate these profound shifts into your everyday movement and life.


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“Transformation is the word that best describes my experience during a Feldenkrais lesson with Tiffany. I am not the same person at the end of the class that I was when I entered the room. The process is subtle and powerful and mysterious, and I am so thankful to have a teacher and healer like Tiffany in my life. I practice yoga and meditation, but somehow Feldenkrais takes me to a deeper place. I feel lighter, taller, and quieter after a class. 

Experiencing Feldenkrais with Tiffany has helped me understand that certain beliefs and habits and perspectives are no longer working for me and that change is possible. I don't have to do things the same way I've always done them and I don't have to be the same person I've always been. This has made a huge difference in my approach to my body, my work and my relationships, with myself and with others.”-Jennifer Recklet Tassi, Community Organizer