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The Feldenkrais Method uses movement to enable a performer to feel, adapt and respond in new ways - not just in limited, habitual patterns - thereby increasing physical, emotional, and mental potential. Written by an experienced actor, theatre-maker, and Feldenkrais practitioner, this book covers a range of topics and includes exercises that lead to more spontaneity, sensitivity, simplicity, and flexibility.
About the Author
Victoria Worsley qualified as a Feldenkrais practitioner in 2007, after decades of working as an actor, movement director and theatre-maker. She teaches Feldenkrais in drama schools, at the Actors Centre in London, and for other performance companies and organizations, as well as coaching actors on an individual basis.
'The Feldenkrais Method is unique... I haven't found any other movement study that opens up such a rich and continuing area of enquiry' —John Wright, from his Foreword
'A very readable, very practical book... makes a very passionate, detailed and accessible argument for how and why the Feldenkrais Method can be useful to an actor's continuing creative development' —Theatre, Dance and Performance Training