You may have heard of such concepts as "mindfulness", "brain exercises" and "neuroplasticity". But what if it wasn't just about the mind, but about the body and how you move 'mindfully' as well with 'awareness'. Daniel Levy is now running Feldenkrais "Awareness through Movement" classes. He is inspired by the method and challenges himself as he delves into such systemic questions that puzzle us such as "what is good posture?" or "how can I sit correctly for a sustained period of time in front of the computer?" and "why do I have a constant sore back?".
What if through simple exercises, and repeating them mindfully with focused awareness you can create new neural pathways in the brain and open up new movement patterns to increase your overall well-being, posture, flexibility and energy. Through attending his classes you should be able to understand more about reducing the pain you experience. Please contact Dan as he see's clients in Central Coast and Sydney city townhall in the CBD.
To check out his specials at the moment see here: https://www.refreshreboot.com.au/store-1/5-functional-integration-one-on-one-sessions. Below Dan Levy is presenting some workshops.
Directly below he is at the Annual ADHD Conference Sydney. Dan first explains the theory behind mindful movement in relation to ADHD and the brain, before giving a mini workshop on how to sit more easily functionally in a chair. The pathway is there for everyone if you listen to your body, it can quite easily influence your mind with some practice.