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Practical Neuroplasticity and Feldenkrais
May 14–15 in Berkeley, CA
This May 14 and 15, I will be teaching a new workshop, Practical Neuroplasticity and Feldenkrais, with Frank Wildman, PhD. Dr. Wildman produces and directs numerous Feldenkrais professional trainings and materials.
We'll be using some of the materials developed by Michael Moskowitz, MD, about whom you might have read in the first chapter of Norman Doidge’s book, The Brain’s Way of Healing, and by Marla Golden, DO. We’ll be discussing some very specific ways of using neuroplastic principles to greatly empower both Awareness through Movement® lessons and Functional Integration®.
This workshop will also be of interest to therapists — both psychological and physical — and coaches.
Saturday and Sunday, May 14 and 15, 2016
10 a.m. to 5 p.m. • Berkeley, CA • $280 per person
Frank Wildman, GCFT, PhD produces and directs numerous Feldenkrais professional trainings and is best known for his presentations of specialized programs to public and professional audiences. His most recent materials include Change Your Age, Your Brain as the Core of Strength & Stability, and The Intelligent Body™: Improving with Age. Dr. Wildman has been studying neurology and working with people in different professions who are interested in the practical applications of neuroplasticity.
Danielle Rosenman, MD is a physician who helps people with the impact of pain, illness, medical conditions, anxiety, depression, stress, and life's challenges in her Medical Counseling practice and in the innovative “A Change of Mind: Neuroplastic Tools for Healing” groups. She teaches and practices the neuroplastic method developed by Michael Moskowitz, MD and Marla Golden, DO. Their work, and Dr. Moskowitz, are profiled in the first chapter of The Brain’s Way of Healing by Dr. Norman Doidge.
Space is limited.
Since this is a pilot program, we are taking only a small number of people who know they are interested in learning how to use neuroplastic principles.
For further information, call (510) 527-2634 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Danielle Rosenman, M.D. and Jan Chambers, M.D. are physicians who have helped people with the impact of illness and pain over many years, initially practicing Family Medicine and OB-GYN, then transitioning to individual Medical Counseling practices.
Dr. Rosenman has lived with persistent pain herself. Dr. Chambers has experienced persistent pain and illness, and is a cancer survivor. We know, first hand, the importance and empowerment of learning to maximize our own healing.