Thank you so much for spending the afternoon with me. I am so curious how you found the work, and what you discovered about yourselves. These recordings can be used to help you revisit the work we did, and help to improve your self-use. I did not record the check-ins. Enjoy!
Please read the HOW-TO before you do a lesson at home.
1. If you experience any pain during any movement, stop. It usually means you are not organized in a way that is working for you. Instead, imagine, work smaller, or check with your doctor.
2. Explore in a gentle curious way. You are expanding your sense of self, your ability to access parts of yourself.
3. Avoid goals. In this work, being involved in the process is more important than achieving a goal. The process of moving slowly, with attention, is how your brain learns to rewire and reorganize movement for efficiency and strength.
Heather Danso wears many hats. As an artist, she playfully explores work in Acrylic, printing, and multimedia, creating portraits and abstracts that explore expression, playfulness, identity, and the possible. Her CV is here.
She is also a Guild Certified Feldenkrais Method® Practitioner, yoga teacher, Awareness Through Movement® teacher.