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Time: 9.15am-10.30am
Date: Fridays, 10 May to 28 June
Where: Castlemaine Community House
Instructor: Julieta Mateo

The Feldenkrais Method was designed in Israel by Moshe Feldenkrais in 1972. It is a universal system created to improve human life through coordinated movement, posture, breathing and sensations. The aim of the method is to support individuals to develop a greater sense of self -awareness. Slowing down, moving in your range of comfort and being gentle with yourself are essential principles of this Method.

Preventing injuries is one of the aims of the Feldenkrais Method. You can apply the benefits of the Method into everyday life, improving your performances and activities as your own yoga practice, dancing, drawing, acting, gardening and running.
If you know what are you doing, you can do anything. – Moshe Feldenkrais.

In this 8 week course you will learn how to:
• Pay attention to yourself.
• Slow down.
• Build a new healthy habits.
• To develop curiosity.
• Unlock the power of your pelvis by using gravity.
• Increase your capacity to breathe freely.
• Increase vitality.
• Move fluently and freely.
• Build new patterns of movement, (practicing Neuroplasticity)
• Enjoy yourself
• Improve your performance by integrating the new learning with freedom.

Bookings close Monday 6 May

Date: Fridays, 10 May to 28 June (8 sessions)
Time: 9.15am to 10.30am
Cost: $249 (Full) / $239 (Concession)

Facilitator: Julieta Mateo

From Argentina via Spain she is passionate with life, and in constant exploration towards effortless movement. She is a qualified Yoga Teacher with more than 15 years of experience in teaching from a Somatic approach.

Trained in Classical & Vinyasa Yoga, and certified as a ATM Feldenkrais Practitioner. Julieta has a background in physical Theatre and Improv Theatre are always enriching her collective classes with spontaneity and connection with the present moment. Recently moved to Australia leading workshops around the world combining Yoga, Improv Theatre and Feldenkrais techniques.

Her passion is to share and explore these new perspectives of thinking, sensing and moving, embracing the natural instinct that lives in everyone, allowing access to a better quality of life. More info: