I live in Gainesville, Florida. A feldenkrais pratitioner informed of an upcoming workshop in September in Gainesville, Florida. Do you have any information on this workshop?
But I used to live in Gainesville when I was a child. Go, Gators!
P.S. If you aren't able to get any information from the feldenkrais site, you might check with whoever handles business licensing and/or permits for the city. I'm sure the hosts of this workshop will have to apply for a permit of some sort - which means that you might be able to obtain their contact information.
Not aware of the workshop, however you may find this site valuable. Have a watch.
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The web site for the Feldenkrais Guild of North America is at http://www.houfeldenkrais.com You can click on "Practitioners" and then "Find a Practitioner" to search in Gainesville for the name of the practitioner. Frequently, Feldenkrais teachers list their upcoming workshops on that site. You'll be able to call the teacher directly to get more information about the workshop.
Feldenkrais classes and workshops are usually fun, engaging, and enlightening. You will explore a series of small, gentle movements to begin to see how your habitual movement patterns could be improved. The movements are meant to be slow, comfortable, and easy, so there is no straining or struggling. People at my classes in Houston usually report that they feel less stressed out, more comfortable, more flexible, and more fluid in movement than before.
If you are new to the Feldenkrais Method, this video will give you a good overview.
Enjoy your workshop!
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