at HOME...because we all have better things to do!
It's not a cult. It's not woo woo. And, yes, it's different. The name gives that away!
I am Feldenkrais Practitioner, with a physiotherapy background.
I'm Alastair Love; I live and work in Adelaide at Norwood in Kadina and by arrangement in regional and other metropolitan places.
When what you have been doing doesn't help you the way you want, learning to move differently bypasses the difficulty and gains abilities. (And I get that it also takes a certain courage to start on yet another way to resolve things.)
I offer telephone conversation, discounted initial consultation, further 1:1 work, classes and workshops to give you the best chance to get the changes you want.
My special interests are helping you get around and recover better from injury and surgery; unravelling the protecting, favouring and guarding, so that you hobble and limp less: and walk, run, jump and jive more. I will help you get into chronic comfort and ease, and help you learn how to be in your best performance zone. On the sportsfield or in the office, home, holiday, or pursuing your hobby, you can learn to reduce pain, tension and stiffness that otherwise chokes your thinking and doing. And whether facing Gardening, Golf etc or just Gravity; you can learn to bend, twist, turn and arch with the power and agility of long lost or never before confidence. You'll restore balance when you've been limited by fear of pain or the anxiety of falling. With brainy approaches to learning to move your most natural way, you can free yourself to be creative and positively interested and in life than being bogged down with pain and agony.
And it's is not for everybody. Nothing is. If you are weighed down by your particular diagnosis and believe that the medical way of looking at things is the ONLY way, then this is probably not for you.
But if you are curious to know if this is for you, you won't have to pronounce it properly to get started or benefit! It's the ability to be DOING things that counts, not what we call it.... (But in case you want to know we say it Fell-den-crise (sounds like rice)).