Taught by Dr. Zadok Ruben and Mary Abrams
Sunday, September 23
11 am – 4:30 pm
During this day long workshop, we will gain experiential self-knowledge for managing pain, stress, anxiety and movement restrictions. Exploring practices from the Alexander Technique and Continuum as complementary mind-balancing somatic methods for developing relief and inner resources; we can learn to reduce un-necessary tension and allow comfortable flow to occur. This workshop offers benefits for military service and war veterans, first responders, health care providers and care givers, athletes, stage performing artists, teachers, speakers, and any wellness practitioners. The practices offered in this workshop are for self-education and inner resourcing, they are intended to support medical or other professional health care methods, and are not replacements for any care provided by your healthcare professional.
The practices offered in this workshop are for self-education and inner resourcing, they are intended to support medical or other professional health care methods, and are not replacements for any care provided by your healthcare professional.
Zadok Ruben, DVM, PhD, and Certified Alexander Technique teacher (ATI & ISTAT), founded Alexander Technique in Living (Westfield, NJ), a general practice that has included teaching at a V.A. Hospital (Integrative Medicine, East Orange, NJ), the Philadelphia School for the Alexander Technique (Philadelphia, PA), the A-T at Cambridge (MA), the Netanya, Israel A-T Teachers Training Course, the Music School-New Jersey Workshops for the Arts (Westfield), the New Jersey Institute of Technology string and jazz ensembles (Newark). He also developed and presented a conceptual view of functional anatomy “Integrative-Relational Body Construct and Cognitive Awareness in Movement”, and is a research team member (fascia and muscle tone) at Rutgers University School of Rehabilitation and Movement Sciences (Newark), and anatomy consultant for a book on the A-T and voice (in preparation by Kathryn Armour, MA).
Mary Abrams, MA, RSME, owner/director of Moving Body Resources, works privately with individuals leading groups in NYC and internationally. Her 24 years of professional service includes working with psychologists, social workers, political activists/leaders, artists, actors, health care providers, business leaders, and educators, among others. She teaches on the graduate course, Masters in Dance & Somatic Well-being, from the University of Central Lancashire in England. Her love for working with people is informed by her MA degree in Consciousness Studies on embodied movement, the biology of emotion (neuroscience), and Epistemics (philosophy); and over 20 years of exploring and teaching somatic movement practice inspired by dance, creativity, healing, and Continuum.
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