I don’t want to get your hopes up with that headline. Here’s the news from kinesophics. I won’t go back to teaching ATMs this year, so there won’t be new recordings on the site. Sad, I know, but I’m going to concentrate on other things for the next few years, and I’ll be doing Feldenkrais more for my own well-being and development.
What I will do is this. On the kinesophics Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/kinesophics, I’ll post a link when I do a lesson from my own site or from another open source resource. And then I’ll include some comments, either about the process of doing the lesson, or my reflections on teaching the lesson. If you find it difficult to know where to start with the 100+ lessons on this site and available from other resources, you can follow along and just do whatever lesson I’ve posted. If you “like” the page and follow it, you’ll see when I’ve posted something.
If you’re teaching yourself, you might find the teaching reflections useful. I say this because I hear from quite a few people who are in trainings or recent graduates and who say they find my teaching clear. It’s far, far from perfect (whatever that would mean), and so I’d welcome anyone to join in on the Facebook posts as a venue for that kind of meta-reflection about the teaching–what you would have done the same or differently from what I did, for example. My day job is as an academic philosopher–I say that to indicate that I have a thick skin. You can like or dislike anything about my teaching–it’s all good discussion for learning, in my books!
I’ll get started posting my first today.