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2019 Awareness Through Movement Workshops

"But first let's ask: what is a small difference, and how can you tell?" ~Moshe Feldenkrais

New Perspectives on Weight Training: A Feldenkrais Approach

A Three-Day Workshop

With Rich Goldsand, GCFP

The Feldenkrais Institute of San Diego, California


September 20 and 21, 2019


Friday, 9/21: 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. (public & practitioners)

Saturday, 9/22: 10 a.m. to 4:15 p.m. (public & practitioners)


Friday & Saturday: $185. 

(Please see Advanced Trainings if you are a practitioner. The workshop will continue on Sunday for FI exploration.)

This workshop is dedicated to enhancing the quality of strength training. In particular, it will focus on how to use the skeleton and the dedicated anti-gravity muscles of the neck, back and pelvis to do the job they were designed for—keeping us upright and stable—thus freeing other muscles to do their own best job of moving us through space.

We will explore how to use structural support during strength training to move more efficiently, more smoothly and with greater coordination. We will learn how to recognize and build on that enhanced quality of movement to help develop musculature to the optimum.

On Sunday: An Advanced Training Day for practitioners only.

Please see the "Advanced Training" section for a description of this day.

"Strength is necessary only when you have no skill-In Everything" --Moshe Feldenkrais.

To register: Please contact us at 800-765-1907 or office@feldenkraisresources.com. We do not take payments online. We accept credit cards, PayPal and checks or cash. Make checks payable to the Feldenkrais Institute of San Diego and remit to 3680 6th Ave., San Diego, CA 92103.


Rich was trained in Marin County, California. Rich was first introduced to the Feldenkrais Method in 1988 through his oldest daughter who was receiving lessons for her own movement difficulties. He began his studies of mind/body perspectives and human potential when he became certified in the Feldenkrais Method in 1994. He has worked successfully with artistic performers, high-achieving athletes, individuals wishing to combat everyday stressors of life, and medical professionals seeking complementary therapies for clients. He lectures and teaches at hospitals and colleges in Arizona and works closely with Dr. Charles Adler, Professor of neurology and chair of the Mayo Foundation Division of Movement Disorders. Since 2000 Rich Goldsand has taught the Feldenkrais Method in the ASU Dance Department and has served as Feldenkrais Educational consultant for various ASU Athletic teams including men’s baseball, football, and women’s basketball. He also trained members of the US Olympic Diving Team.

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