Heal your over-worked hands in this fun and transformative class!
We use our hands all the time, for work, play and all of life’s routines. It’s easy to acquire tension and habits of effort. But when was the last time you mindfully cared for our valuable hands?
Discover how to release and mobilise your hands, wrists and fingers to create grace, ease and flexibility. Learn gentle, relaxing explorations of movement and sensible self-management.
Step away from your keyboard and utilise video to attend this lunchtime class – fluid, soft, strong and happy hands await!
What will we cover?
We will use fun and enjoyable Feldenkrais movement exercises to improve hand coordination. These exercises are pleasant and relaxing, yet powerful in their effect.
In this class we will:
- Learn techniques and principles for ongoing self-maintenance
- Learn strategies for injury recovery and injury prevention
- Improve coordination of fingers, thumbs, hand, wrist and whole body
- Reduce effort yet increase power
- Improve skills and sensitivity
These exercises are easy to practice at home or in the workplace for ongoing maintenance of healthy hand function, to keep your hands happy!
What will you need?
- A Chair
- Closed Captions
- Discounted Early Bird tickets
- Free tickets for First Nation attendees
- Auslan Interpretor Upon Request
Who will be teaching?
Ralph Hadden is a certified Feldenkrais practitioner based in Melbourne.
He is one of Australia’s most experienced Feldenkraisers, having been teaching since 1988. He offers his own workshops, weekly classes and individual sessions, helping his clients recover from injury, build health and relaxation and improve performance at work and play.
He has presented for many organisations including CAE, Arthritis Foundation, Royal Australian College of General Practitioners, the Gawler Foundation and RMIT. He teaches with clarity, respect and good humour, combining fun with serious learning. You can visit his website or Facebook page.
Any questions or other accessibility needs we can help you with? Feel free to email Maddy at email@example.com.