The library includes:
A big collection of +100 audio Awareness Through Movement classes
With 1 new class added each week by Wednesday
From January 2023 - a section for dancers and movement lovers, of FATHOM HIGH shorter classes/exercises
For easy navigation, the classes are organized by different themes such as: shoulder mobility, hip joint mobility, Back Relief, For lower back tension, etc.
A big part of my personal journey with this practice took place while working mainly with recordings (of Moshe Feldenkrais and of my beloved teachers that were living far away). In this practice the teacher is ‘just a voice’ that guides us, never demonstrating a movement. The whole idea is that we each tap into our singular way of executing a movement, free from the constraints of seeing or imitating others. Because we can only learn, change and grow from who WE are.
Who is this for?
For people of all ages and all walks of life that wish to improve their mobility, flexibility, balance and posture, and learn to walk & move freely in the world.
For individuals that suffer from aches/chronic pain/discomfort or injury and wish to learn to move more healthily and pain free, as well as to take practical actions towards injury prevention.
For dancers & movement lovers that wish to master the craft of the moving body.
For individuals that wish to develop their self practice but often feel blocked or unsure where and how to start (as this format can offer substantial support for individual self practice)
For people that wish to study with Meytal, but cannot make it to the online classes or the live workshops.
What are the advantages of this form of practice?
A deeper level of intimacy - as no one is watching, it's sometimes easier to shift from an outside perspective of our bodies to an inner, more connected one.
A strong sense of autonomy towards self practice within a safe, guided space. We can practice when/where we want or repeat classes that were particularly meaningful for us. Doing so while benefiting from practicing outside our habitual frame of the studio, and all the habits it entails.
The Library classes help gaining:
Breaking old movement patterns, physical ruts or frustrating loops we often find ourselves in
Overcome pain and limitation, gaining a healthier, smarter alignment to prevent injuries
Meeting our body with a beginner's mind, with child-like curiosity that makes the practice kinder, happier and healthier, thus more sustainable.