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James Stephens and Susan Hillier

volunteers, healthy older adults, older adults in elderly-care institutions, and individuals with diseases and disorders such as multiple sclerosis, myocardial infarction, and sleep bruxism. The Feldenkrais-based interventions were predominantly variations of Awareness Through Movement (ATM)—the verbally

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Roger Russell

Feldenkrais Method® includes two approaches: group lessons of Awareness Through Movement® (ATM) and Feldenkrais’s individual method of Functional Integration® (FI). Feldenkrais lessons reflect how the embodied sense of self is grounded in movement. The lessons can be adapted for any person, at any time across

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Richard Shusterman

insightfully enlightening. Cosmetic practices (from makeup and hair styling to plastic surgery) exemplify the representational side of somaesthetics, while practices like yoga, zazen meditation, or Feldenkrais’s “Awareness Through Movement” lessons are paradigmatic of the experiential mode in its senses of