The Training will be held in San Rafael at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Marin (UUCM). This site is located approximately 30 minutes from San Francisco, Berkeley and beautiful Napa. It sits up on a hill, is tranquil, spacious and affords panoramic views of the surrounding countryside; it includes a garden, patio and kitchen. When you are not in training, enjoy both hiking trails on Mount Tamalpais, the pristine Pacific Ocean beaches near by and visit the vineyards in Napa and Sonoma.
The Training is non-residential; assistance with carpooling is provided, as well as help in locating housing.
Mary will present introductory workshops in 2020 at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Marin (UUCM), located in San Rafael, California.
These half-day workshops (3-6 pm) will serve as an introduction to the Feldenkrais Method® and the Optimal Moves® Teacher Training Program .
If you are thinking about becoming a Feldenkrais® Teacher this is a great opportunity to experience Awareness Through Movement® and the power of the Feldenkrais Method®. In this half-day workshop, you will experience 2-3 movement lessons, watch a demonstration of Mary giving a one-on- one Functional Integration® (FI) lesson and have the opportunity to speak with Mary about the training process and the upcoming training program.
If you would like to improve the quality of your life, and help others improve the quality of their lives; if you are interested in experiential learning and movement, or if you want to understand how to learn how to learn more effectively, then join us for one of the upcoming workshops.
“I very much appreciated the FI that you taught on the YouTube video. It was of the best examples I have yet to see on a video or live. I found it mature, respectful, perceptive and functional. Your communication of the instruction, intention, and direction of the burgeoning outcome, was superb. You helped to guide her (the student) to understand precisely what, why and how her body was moving and being perceived by her while coming to a deep and subtle conscious awareness of herself, concretely revealing “Awareness Through Movement”.