The five most essential Feldenkrais® Lessons to help you restore, heal and protect your hip joints.
Our hips play a central role in most movements and activities of our everyday life. Did you know that you load your hips 3-7 times your body weight when walking with each step? That is a lot of compressive forces. No wonder hip joint injuries, pain, wear, and tear is so common.
Follow this program and learn ways to make your hips stronger, flexible, and comfortable. Discover how to replace harmful postures and movement habits with new and healthy patterns.
Learn ways to make your hips more powerful, flexible, and comfortable.
The course includes 5 sessions.
Each 90-minute session will include:
- Selected Feldenkrais Awareness Through Movement lesson.
- The foundational theory will help you understand your own anatomy and the rationale behind the movements practiced.
- Valuable and practical tips.
- Do's and don'ts of healthy hips.
- Q&A session.
- Short 10-minute homework for your daily practice.
- Access to the replay at any time forever.
Enjoy close to 8 hours of instructions from Marek Wyszynski PT, GCFP.
About the teacher:
Marek Wyszynski is the President and Clinical Director of Physical Therapy & Feldenkrais NYC. He is a physical therapist with 30 years of clinical experience, and a Feldenkrais practitioner since 1999. Marek is the Hospital for Special Surgery Rehabilitation Hip Preservation Certified Therapist. He has published articles in medical journals and conducts continuing education courses. Marek is known for his no-nonsense, thought-provoking teaching that bridges the Feldenkrais Method®, modern, evidence-based physical therapy and rehabilitation medicine, mindfulness practices, and the science of habits.
Material offered in this course is not a substitute for medical advice or treatment. If you have any kind of medical condition, consult your medical practitioner about using this program. Though the exercises are gentle and should be done slowly and easily, we cannot guarantee their effectiveness. Responsibility for the exercises is necessarily the user's.