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Turning Fast and Slow: A Non-Intensive Feldenkrais Intensive (In-Person)

Gika Rector

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Saturday, Feb 19
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"Turning on a dime..." Can you turn that quickly? Sometimes it feels like the world is spinning pretty darn fast, and it’s hard to keep up. Physically or metaphorically, it seems that we’re being called to turn quickly. In this workshop, participants will use slow movements to explore ways to turn in any direction with greater ease and grace. Come learn how to make your body move more easily, and how that might even make adapting to changes a little easier, too.

This program will be offered both in-person and via livestreaming. You are registering for the in-person module. Please click here to register for the livestreaming module.

In-person attendees are encouraged to wear a mask at all times, observe physical distancing guidelines, and to sign a waiver (which will be sent to you before the class begins).

This class will be recorded. Please email to retrieve recordings of missed sessions. Recordings are available to registered participants ONLY, and will not be available for purchase after the program ends.

About the instructor

Gika Rector

Gika Rector has been a fiber artist for more than 20 years. She combines creativity, her education in psychology, and her role as a personal coach and Feldenkrais practitioner to facilitate transformation in individuals and organizations.

General details

Date & time


February 19, 2022
10:30 AM

5 h

Number of sessions

Continuing Education Units

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  • February 19, 2022 16:30 Turning Fast and Slow: A Non-Intensive Feldenkrais Intensive (In-Person) - Day 1



$80.00 USD


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