Today we take a Feldenkrais approach to Neck Care by connecting the shoulders, the chest, and the whole self to how the neck moves, and how the neck can feel supported. With poor postural organization, it’s common that the muscles of your neck are forced to work overtime to hold your head up.
If you are trying all of the neck classes in this series, take note of which approach you are finding most helpful and supportive for you, and then return to those episodes.
If you resonate with TODAY’s approach
For an even deeper study of this topic from a Feldenkrais lens, you can check out my
Freeing the Neck and Shoulders Feldenkrais Series, and
Unraveling Body Anxiety Feldenkrais Series.
To access all the neck care resources, you can of course check out the previous podcast episodes on Neck CARE.
Episode 77 - Neck Care Part 1: Awareness
Episode 78 - Neck Care Part 2: Strength
Episode 79 - Neck Care Part 3: Mobility
Sarah Baumert has been teaching movement since 2006. She is a certified yoga teacher, yoga therapist and Feldenkrais practitioner. This podcast is an intersection of her yoga teaching and training in the Feldenkrais® method. Classes include sensory rich movement experiences for a more resilient and healthy nervous system to help you feel a greater sense of ease and comfort in yourself. Find more of Sarah's teaching on her website Body Matter, including live online classes, self-paced courses and the Body Matter library membership.
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