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Prevent Premature Aging of Body with the Feldenkrais Method and Alexander Technique

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Prevent premature aging of skin, muscles, joints and bones with the Feldenkrais Method and Alexander Technique.


As you age you lose suppleness because the tissues in your body structure slowly dehydrate.

How do you actually get to experience the dehydration?  This is a reasonable question to have. You'll know because your joints start getting stiffer and it becomes more difficult to move your body.

Some areas dehydrate faster than others, for instance the knees.

Fortunately this natural aging process can be mitigated and even reversed with skillfully designed body movement sequences.

A welcomed bonus of Feldenkrais & Alexander Technique lessons is that your body naturally starts getting re-hydrated.  You'll experience that as a general softening of the body and an improvement in flexibility.

This impacts in a positive way, directly in your skin, muscles, joints and bones.

There are of course other important benefits like improvement of functional movement skills. You start noticing that you move with more ease, less effort & pain.

A Feldenkrais lesson feels like giving yourself a massage. In this way you bring circulation to dehydrated stiff areas of your body.  

Add Alexander Technique intentional directions and you seal in the benefits of the Feldenkrais movement sequences.

For more information about one-on-one and group lessons contact Andei (AKA Gilberto) through WhatsApp 6678-3297, gbvdco@gmail.com or Body Mind Dojo at Chiriqui Life.  You can also join the ongoing group that meets Mondays from 11 am to 12.




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