Tag: somatic practice

Feldenkrais Method: What It Is and How It Can Help Your Students

The Feldenkrais Method is a somatic technique created by Moshe Feldenkrais in the 1950s. The method has two parts: hands-on sessions with a Feldenkrais teacher (Functional Integration) or group classes comprised of verbal cues (Awareness Through Movement). Mary Armentrout, a dance teacher, choreographer and Feldenkrais practitioner, shares three ways that this somatic practice can bolster […]

3 Ways Alexander Technique Can Boost Your Students' Training

When it comes to your students’ training, a somatic practice can be the key to injury prevention, better dancing and a healthier student overall. Alexander Technique, which is designed to retrain established movement patterns through nonjudgmental verbal and physical cues, is one such practice. Here, Alonzo King LINES Ballet faculty member Anne-René Petrarca, an expert […]