A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words…

Oct 17th, 2009 | By | Category: Blog

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  1. Hi Chris the fundamentals has been very informative.I can’t make the intensive due to work obligations.Only free on the 25 and 26.What is the location and cost.Thanks Charles

  2. Hi Charles. The Intensive is at The Feldenkrais Institute, 134 W 26th Street, and is $380.

    Sorry you can’t make it. Drop by on Sunday if you’d like. If not, there will be other opportunities. If you can do the Seminar and FI practicum series, meeting one Sat/Sun a month, we will be covering the Fundamentals in much more depth.
    Best,
    Chris

  3. Hi, Chris,
    Will the Atms be provided in written format also or only as audio?

    Petra

  4. Petra, good question. We will definitely be working with written formats. I’ll have more to say on this in the near future in a blog post. But in short, I would tend to stay away from transcripts, because they tend to fix the lessons, creating the illusion that they exist as such. However… I am a huge fan of being able to take the lessons and work with them. So we will definitely be working with printed materials. You can see an example of one approach in the Quick Guide I’ve added to the first Fundamentals lesson. Probably, over time, we will develop several different ways of working with the lesson materials.

    Hope this helps!
    Chris

  5. Nice article, I love your indttrucoion! And how you debunk the New York Times article I also need to remind that 99% of all books are written to make money that’s the SOLE AND ONLY purpose. Sorry for this not-so-romantic reminder. I know this since I’m on the amazon writers forums and I read the blogs of best selling writers.That yoga (just like any other sport or activity) carries some risks, and does not lead to the promised enlightenment (though not mentioned in the article?) is discussed since decades, from the medical community as well as yoga practitioners alike. So that’s nothing new. The most remarkable thing here is only the marketing of Black and Broad, and how they managed to get attention with this old topic, and rake in the cash big time. On this, they did a remarkable job!! And can celebrate our stupid endtimes, where only money counts. Thumbs up!

  6. Good point. I hadn’t thought about it quite that way. :)

  7. There’s nothing like the relief of finding what you’re looking for.

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