2. How to do ATM
3. ATM 1: Pleasurable Arms/Pleasurable Self
1. Comfort and Breathing
2. ATM 2: Paradoxical Breathing
3. Adaptation to change/The Right way to do something/Getting sleepy
4. Kinds of Challenge
5. ATM 3: Puzzle #1
6. Frustration, laughter and curiosity
1. ATM 4: Even distribution of effort
2. Symmetry-Asymmetry/Learning how to learn/Sustaining ourselves in challenge/Our skeleton
3. ATM 5: Puzzle #2
4. Tight bellies/How to teach the other side
1. What part of you needs to be in a room to be in the room/ What is walking?
2. ATM 6: Walking with your back
3. Stability-Mobility/Getting Old
18 4. ATM 7: Taking off your...
5. Thank you and good bye
Alan S. Questel trained directly with Dr. Feldenkrais in Amherst, Massachusettes. Since that time, he has lectured and taught at hospitals, colleges and Feldenkrais Professional Training Programs throughout the world. He is known for his clarity, creativity and down-to-earth style of teaching. He brings a depth of understanding, humor and a gentle human perspective to the learning of the Method and creates lively conditions for learning.
An actor before becoming interested in the Feldenkrais Method, Alan worked and toured with Jerzy Grotowski (My Dinner With Andre) and Paul Sills (Second City, Chicago and Story Theatre). Even today, one of his great interests is the embodiment of creativity, and he has developed a body of work for performers utilizing the Feldenkrais Method. Alan sees the Method as a means for individual maturation, and aspires towards making this appreciable and concrete for his students both in training programs and in his practice.