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We use functional magnetic resonance imaging to investigate short-term neural effects of a brief sensorimotor intervention adapted from the Feldenkrais method, a movement-based learning method. Twenty-one participants 10 men, 19—30 years took part in the study. Participants were in a supine position in the scanner with extended legs while an experienced Feldenkrais practitioner used a planar board to touch and apply minimal force to different parts of the sole and toes of their left foot under two experimental conditions. In the local condition, the practitioner explored movement within foot and ankle. In the global condition, the practitioner focused on the connection and support from the foot to the rest of the body. Independent localizer tasks were used to identify regions of interest ROI. Brain activity during left-foot pushing did not significantly differ between conditions in sensorimotor areas.
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The method is claimed to reorganize connections between the brain and body and so improve body movement and psychological state. There is no good medical evidence that the Feldenkrais method confers any health benefits. It is not known if it is safe or cost-effective,  but researchers do not believe it poses serious risks. The Feldenkrais Method is a type of alternative exercise therapy that proponents claim can repair impaired connections between the motor cortex and the body, so benefiting the quality of body movement and improving wellbeing. In a session, a Feldenkrais practitioner directs attention to habitual movement patterns that are thought to be inefficient or strained, and attempts to teach new patterns using gentle, slow, repeated movements. The recipient is fully clothed.
Correspondence: hdbraude [at] gmail [dot] com. Please cite: First published in the Feldenkrais Research Journal, volume 5 ; In keeping with academic conventions, they will not be service marked in the entire text as may be required in nonacademic use, but only for the first and most prominent use of the terms. In recognition that these phrases are formal terms referring to specific practices within the Method, and to the Method as a whole, capitalization of all the words in each term has been retained. With the passage of time since his death, the relation between the man, Dr.
It is not stretching exercises, where they move isolated parts, stretching an arm or leg. Instead, the children begin to have the experience of being one connected whole. You get the feeling that they are sensing themselves in a way that they never have before. Children love it. For Kathy, to see a five year old sit independently for the first time, or move himself across the floor, is incredibly gratifying. The work is available for children of all ages from the very young to older children and the district covers all the expenses.
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