Moving, Living, with Ease: Awareness Through Movement the Feldenkrais Method®
Three Sundays, May 6, 13, 20 from 2:00-3:15pm
with Ravi Prabhakar

May lessons will revolved around the “Pelvic Clock.” It is an exploration of the various degrees and nuances of the movement afforded to us around the pelvis – a classic lesson you can return to again and again.

Restricted movement of the Pelvis is a leading cause of hip, back, knee and neck issues.

The Pelvic Clock Series is a gentle exploration of the various degrees and nuances of the movement afforded to us around the pelvis – a classic lesson you can return to again and again.

A tool for self-exploration and self-improvement that can benefit everyone; from the seriously impaired to the accomplished athlete
Utilized by dancers, actors, artists and musicians for decades to enhance their performance.
Lessons are easy to do; the results can be immediate & profound.

Participants often experience improvements in posture, lightness in movement and freedom from chronic discomfort while doing these lessons.

Whether carrying groceries, working at your desk, practicing Yoga, playing the piano or competing in a triathlon, everything becomes easier.

Series of 3 Lessons – $70
Drop-In: $25

Ravi Prabhakar

Ravi is a Guild Certified Feldenkrais Awareness Through Movement Practitioner. He graduated as an Aeronautical Engineer and followed it with a Masters’ Degree in Business Administration. He has lived and worked in 7 countries in the past 18 years and currently resides in Decatur with his family. He finds endless joy and amazement in learning about the human body and uncovering its potential. Much like Feldenkrais himself, a nagging knee injury led Ravi to look for ways to improve his condition. After trying several forms of therapy, from the conventional to the esoteric, Ravi discovered the Feldenkrais Method, which he feels has been the most effective in addressing the root cause of the pain – an inability to sense oneself. Teaching Awareness Through Movement lessons is his way to explore the work of Moshe Feldenkrais.