Sheryl Field, Assistant Trainer of The Feldenkrais Method, has been practicing since her graduation from the Amherst Training in 1983; the last professional teacher training taught by Dr. Moshe Feldenkrais. She is the founder of The Field Center for Children’s Integrated Development.
Here Sheryl talks about the primary foundational elements from which she practices when working with a child whose legs are spastic and poorly differentiated as a result of cerebral palsy.
“What would be the way in which any child would have learned that their legs were theirs? What would be the baseline of recognizing ones own legs as two separate parts of oneself meant to be under ones conscious control?”
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