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James Stephens and Susan Hillier

practitioners. Almost every practitioner has had personal experience of his or her own pain problems resolving through ATM or functional-integration (FI) experience. FI is similar to ATM in that it involves a slow, gentle exploration of movement possibilities; however, unlike ATM, which is presented verbally to

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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

taught me how important it is to pay careful attention to one’s own somatic state in order to pay proper attention to one’s client. When I give a Feldenkrais lesson of functional integration, I have to be aware of my own body positioning and breathing, the tension in my hands and other body parts, and