Research

Feldenkrais Method - Research List / Table

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Research

A comprehensive compilation of research and papers on the benefits of the Feldenkrais Method originally compiled by Kim Wise, edits and updates by Karol Connors. Latest version 2015 available for download in PDF.

Changes in neural resting state activity in primary and higher-order motor areas induced by a short sensorimotor intervention based on the Feldenkrais method

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General / About

Interesting article published in the Journal Frontiers in Human Neuroscience in April 2015

The article was co-written by Julius Verrel, Eilat Almagor, Frank Schumann, Ulman Lindenberger and Simone Kühn

Read the full article here.

The Effectiveness of the Feldenkrais Method: A systematic review of the evidence

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Research

There is emerging evidence that the Feldenkrais Method is beneficial for people who are interested in improving their balance and in improving their level of physical functioning after pain or disability.

December 2014, prepared for the International Feldenkrais Federation and the Australian Feldenkrais Guild Inc by the International Centre for Allied Health Evidence (iCAHE), University of South Australia, Adelaide. Authors: A Worley and S Hillier.

Moving with Ease: Feldenkrais Method Classes for People with Osteoarthritis - research study

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Health

A study by Robert Webb, Luis Eduardo Cofré Lizama and Mary P. Galea.

Does the Feldenkrais Method make a difference? An investigation into the use of outcome measurement tools for evaluating changes in clients.

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General / About

Evidence-based practice confirms the need for outcome measures. This enables changes in clients to objectively measured.A study* was conducted in Australia to explore the use of certain outcome measures to evaluate the effects of the Feldenkrais Method.A pre/post test design was used to investigate the use of three outcome measurement tools for clients experiencing problems performing everyday functional tasks who attended Feldenkrais sessions. Eleven Feldenkrais practitioners from across Australia submitted data on 48 clients.

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