CCA March Lunch & Learn | Mini-Moves: Aging with Feldenkrais (Online)


  • Free


Gika Rector
Wednesday, Mar 13
12 - 1pm CT

Examine how we move – perhaps unconsciously – and rediscover more graceful, easier ways of using our bodies.


Are you spending a lot of time sitting? Do you find yourself holding tension in your neck, shoulders, or lower back? Are you holding your breath? Try the Feldenkrais Method! Developed by Moshe Feldenkrais in the 1950s, these slow, gentle exercises give us the opportunity to explore how we move – perhaps unconsciously – and to rediscover more graceful, easier ways of using our bodies. Join Gika Rector to learn some simple movements that can help you sit more comfortably, and maybe help you with lots of other movements too. All you need is a chair with a firm seat, and to be able to place your feet on the floor while sitting.

This livestreaming program can be taken from home or anywhere with an internet connection. If you register, you will be emailed viewing instructions either the evening before or the morning of the event. Please be sure to check “spam” and “junk” folders!

This class will be recorded. Recordings will be made available on the CCA website within two weeks after the program.

All times are CT. Please contact with any questions.

Gika Rector has been a fiber artist for more than 20 years. She combines creativity her education in psychology and her role as a personal coach and Feldenkrais practitioner to facilitate transformation in individuals and organizations.


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