A lesson is usually 45 minutes long. Part of the lesson is spent looking at a students' everyday movements, such as rising from sitting to standing, walking, bending, or stretching, while the rest of the lesson is usually spent on a massage table. Lying on their back, fully clothed, students are led to experience a state of improved coordination. The learning process includes verbal, as well as hands-on cues, from the teacher.
I see lessons as a dialogue between my students and myself. Using words and gentle touch, I help them identify and become aware of, their movement habits, and guide them to a new experience of moving. This processes is typically accompanied by a sense of lightness and ease. I pay special attention to breathing patterns, as I believe that they reflect one's present state in a profound way.
Lessons are geared towards the students' individual needs and interests. We study the activities that are central in each student's life, and identify what is preventing them from feeling ease, or from fulfilling their potential. In time, students acquires the tools that enable them to reach this freedom on their own.
Since this work is experiential and catered specifically to each student's needs, lessons are typically private. However, I offer the possibility of sharing a lesson with another student which is more affordable, and gives the added benefit of learning from other's experiences. On occasion, I lead group workshops, and will update my website with details about upcoming classes.