Stage Artists, Performers and Athletes
Singers and stage artists use movement and their bodies as a central tool in their work and self expression. Too often, due to high levels of stress, inadequate posture and lack of consciousness to movement and its qualities, artists find that their achievements come at a heavy price. As years follow, pains and erosion limit their function, and frequently, disrupt their careers.
Being a method that relies on self-improvement, the Feldenkrais method can accommodate any human function, instructing a person how to improve out of consciousness to the persons’ “use” of his/her body and spirit. As a singer and anchor, I have learned how to implement the principles of the Feldenkrais method—highlighting the natural processes of our human development and learning—and use my vocal range and my movements fully and most vivaciously.
As I have gradually gained experience, I established breathing and sound workshops that focuses on implementing the wonders of the Feldenkrais method to posture and movement. I have worked individually with singers, such as Hanni Livne, classical chorals, Flamenco dancers, etc. I have taught at Beit Zvi School of the Performing Arts and worked individually with different actors. I held workshops for salesperson in large companies and hi-tech organizations. I am capable of helping those who cherish performance art, either as a hobby or profession, to improve their life and professional abilities, extracting more creativity with less strain and futile efforts.