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Welcome to the Mindful Movement for Parkinson's podcast and audio library. Using the Feldenkrais Method® of movement education, as well as mindfulness techniques such as body scans and guided meditations, Matt Zepelin offers mindful movement lessons designed to help people with Parkinson's Disease increase ease of movement, improve range of movement, and develop skills for the betterment of quality of life.
 
Meet the experts on the frontlines: the parents of children with special needs. What do they wish they knew then that they know now? These parents share their insights and experiences with traditional and non-traditional professionals. The lessons learned are meant for all parents, health care workers, and teachers. Parents of unique kids share their point of view, their advice, and their wisdom.
 
Welcome to the Thoughtful Movements podcast! My name is Joe Webster and I am a Feldenkrais Practioner. I also have 20 years of experience studying and teaching Tai Chi, Qi Gong, Meditation. In this podcast I am offering recorded lessons that were taught during my online Feldenkrais class. The Feldenkrais Method is a mind-body practice that directs you through various movement sequences, combined with guided attention, in order to effect profound changes in our physical self organisation and ...
 
Sharon Starika is a Guild Feldenkrais Practitioner with over 25 years of experience with thousands of individuals ranging from Children with special needs as young as 7 months old, to adults who have all types of challenges ranging from surgeries to strokes, that bring on movement restrictions, pain, and or daily life limitations making one's life less fulfilled and enjoyable. Her involvement with the Certified Feldenkrais Method® of somatic education began in 1984 when she had a debilitatin ...
 
You are invited to join Myron McClellan and Lawrence Phillips for a monthly gathering of spiritual renewal in the company of the like-minded. Mystical Musings is a celebration of the sacred that promotes growth and an evolution of consciousness. The musing doesn't present doctrine or dogma, but rather explores the mystical dimensions of life and spirituality that support you in connecting with the Divine. Myron and Lawrence present a specific theme each month—an idea or issue that arises org ...
 
Ever wonder why a hug feels so good? Or a massage? Or hot baths? It is because these are the sorts of “words” our bodies understand. We can’t command a muscle to relax with a thought or a sentence. We have to speak the body’s language. We do this by combining love and attention with movement and touch. Music works too. This is the language our bodies understand. The Happy Body Podcast takes a different approach to tackling the challenge of physical pain and sickness by combining the wisdom o ...
 
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Equalizing the nostrils. This one has a funny name, but it's even funnier to do. Also potentially profound. You won't need much space for this lesson, but you'll be making some sounds with your mouth, so I recommend that you find a place where you'll be able to make uninhibited sounds without feeling embarrassed. If you live with someone, just let …
 
Sitting Indian Fashion continues an exploration of sitting that definitely seems related to Ep. 1 and Ep 3 (maybe also Ep 2, if you use your imagination). I'm recording these episodes without any knowledge about what's coming next in the sequence because I've never gone through the 550 AY lessons. I'm trying to observe for myself some of the themes…
 
Episode 3 of 550. This lessons requires a little bit more floor space than the previous lessons. Before you start, set up a nice, open area of floor where you can move around. Disclaimer! You should feel free to rest at any moment throughout the lesson, even if I keep talking or describing the movement. Take this one at your own pace. There is a lo…
 
Welcome to episode 2 of the podcast! This is number 2 out of a planned 550, which will systematically move through the 550 AY lessons of Moshe Feldenkrais. In this episode, there will be a lot of movements that you'll do lying on your front, on the floor. For many people this position can get uncomfortable after not very long because of restriction…
 
This is AY number one. AY is the Feldenkrais colloquialism for Alexander Yanai, which is a street in Tel Aviv where Feldenkrais taught his classes. He recorded a huge number of classes from the early 1950s all the way up through the late 70s. There are 550 lessons in the AY series!! This is number one. The tentative plan for this podcast is to go t…
 
In today’s episode, Tara talks about what it looks and sounds like when a voice ages. This is a topic that hasn’t been talked about enough and yet there are ways to do something to help stop some of aging effects. And to keep singing through the years with your best voice! Do you notice when people’s voices sound different as they age? UT Southwest…
 
ABOUT MARA YALE Website: www.marayale.com Facebook Page: www.facebook.com/yalemaram Instagram: @maramyale Blog: www.marazoemia.net ABOUT REGAME-VR LAB AT NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY Research in the Rehabilitation Games and Virtual Reality Laboratory at Northeastern University focuses on the sustainable, evidence-based integration of virtual reality (VR…
 
In today’s episode, Tara talks about the subject of being a good singer. What does that even mean and what really makes up a singer to say that they sing well? Listen here for today’s discussion on this often avoided topic. What does good singing mean? Good definition: “of a favorable character or tendency”, “competent, skillful” Good singing might…
 
About Claude Winn website: http://claudewinn.com Insta: @cwinnart Song Credits How Far I'll Go written by Auliʻi Cravalho © 2016 Walt Disney Records LINKS FROM THE INTERVIEW http://anatbanielmethod.com http://suzingreen.com http://yogalambertville.com http://theclass.com http://ramahdarom.com https://www.autismspeaks.org/verbal-behavior-therapy htt…
 
This is, to date, the most thorough exploration of the aetiological pathways (causes) leading to diagnosis with Parkinson's disease or similar neuro disorders. John Coleman's new book, Rethinking Parkinson's Disease, explains how and why trauma, toxins and stealth infections create symptoms diagnosed as a "disease", usually then treated without any…
 
In today’s episode, Tara shares many of the books that she has used in teaching for different ages and types of singers. She gives you lots of practical resources and where to purchase books so you and your students have a library to choose from. Tara has taken the pain out of trying to look through tons and tons of repertoire and nailing it down t…
 
Today’s episode features many of the different and vast benefits there are with singing. From physical benefits to emotional, social and more, this is an episode for the people who like singing but don’t do much of it themselves. Physical Benefits of singing: Posture can be improved. spacecoastdaily.com says this about singing: “When you sing, you’…
 
ABOUT ANNE PRATT Website: www.indymovevolution.com Email: anne@indymovevolution.com LINKS FROM INTERVIEW Treatment Modalities Early Intervention: https://www.cdc.gov/ncbddd/actearly/parents/states.html Anat Baniel Method of Neuromovement: https://www.anatbanielmethod.com/ The Masgutova Neurosensorimotor Integration (MNRI) Method Set: https://masgut…
 
Are you a person who just knew that you would be a singer? Or did it come later in life? Well, my special guest’s journey started as a wee child telling people that she wanted to sing. Here is her story from having that deep desire in her heart to how it came to be a real vocational pursuit! Her trek will inspire you! Anaité’s journey started as a …
 
Ever feel like your voice has definite changes in it? That when you sing in different registers, they can sound very different from one another? Is it hard to switch between the chest and head voice or getting a mix in the middle? This episode Tara gives you lots of vocalises to help smooth those transitions and feel like your voice is one whole se…
 
Martha Carlin, CEO and Founder of The BioCollective, Citizen Scientist and wife of John Carlin, an 18 year "veteran" of Parkinson's Disease discusses their journey together to find supportive therapies for better quality of life and her company's development of the probiotic BiotiQuest Sugar Shift. Martha will discuss her Company's research in the …
 
Do you wish that it was easier for you to improvise while you sing? Do you wish you had the tools to know what to do to make up parts for your singing? Are you a classical singer who isn’t sure how to do cadenzas? In this episode, Tara breaks down improvisation and makes it simple even for the beginner. Improvisation for singing can really be broke…
 
This is a series of lessons that Moshe Feldenkrais, the founder of the Feldenkrais Method, first taught in 1972 to a small group of psychologists, therapists and body workers at the Esalen Institute, the beating heart of the Human Potential movement. The lessons represent a wide range of human functioning and Moshe's knowledge and skill is often on…
 
Today’s show is all about figuring out how to pick songs that best fit your voice. Sometimes we sing a song that doesn’t match what our voice can do. Tara shows you 7 ways to get it right so you can thrive in your performing. Resources for you for getting sheet music online: sheetmusicplus.com and musicnotes.com Resources for apps that can be for a…
 
In today’s episode, we focus on the concept of resonance in singing. Does everyone have it? What is it and why is it needed in singing? What does it do for the singer? How can we find it? Tara gives you the low down and some exercises to boot for getting resonance! Definition of Resonance (according to the dictionary) “(of sound) "deep, clear and c…
 
In today’s episode, Tara chats with Anne-Sofie Søby Jensen—a Danish singer. They speak about how Anne-Sofie’s musical trek took her from Denmark to the UK and the journey of really learning to own and love who she is as a singer. Her story may inspire any singer who struggles with comparison and trying to find their own niche in singing. Anne-Sofie…
 
This is a series of lessons that Moshe Feldenkrais, the founder of the Feldenkrais Method, first taught in 1972 to a small group of psychologists, therapists and body workers at the Esalen Institute, the beating heart of the Human Potential movement. The lessons represent a wide range of human functioning and Moshe's knowledge and skill is often on…
 
This is a series of lessons that Moshe Feldenkrais, the founder of the Feldenkrais Method, first taught in 1972 to a small group of psychologists, therapists and body workers at the Esalen Institute, the beating heart of the Human Potential movement. The lessons represent a wide range of human functioning and Moshe's knowledge and skill is often on…
 
This is a series of lessons that Moshe Feldenkrais, the founder of the Feldenkrais Method, first taught in 1972 to a small group of psychologists, therapists and body workers at the Esalen Institute, the beating heart of the Human Potential movement. The lessons represent a wide range of human functioning and Moshe's knowledge and skill is often on…
 
Please go to Apple Podcast and click on RATINGS AND REVIEWS to rate this podcast. I would be so grateful! Thank you! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-engaging-voice/id1448497465 On today’s show, Tara dives into something that probably every singer has faced at some point of their career—being nervous right before you sing! She gives 10 sol…
 
We’ve talked often on this show about the health of our voice and the technique behind it. Today, Tara dives into the other parts of our life that can affect our vocal health and what to do about it. This includes foods to eat, those to avoid and other practices that we can add to our lives to keep our voices going strong. Building our immune syste…
 
This is a series of lessons that Moshe Feldenkrais, the founder of the Feldenkrais Method, first taught in 1972 to a small group of psychologists, therapists and body workers at the Esalen Institute, the beating heart of the Human Potential movement. The lessons represent a wide range of human functioning and Moshe's knowledge and skill is often on…
 
Tara pivots this week to chat specifically to voice teachers who have been affected by this COVID-19 time. She looks at different ways to help teachers transition into online teaching smoothly and with practical helps to get started. Online teaching can be a blessing to students who need the consistency and structure. It’s a way to continue that an…
 
Patrick Singleton discusses his experience working with Parkinson's disease using the tools of hypnotherapy, NLP,and Inner Mind Sourcing. Hypnotherapy And NLP access the Subconscious Mind which runs the automatic nervous system. His presentation centers around the profound impact emotions and stress have on Parkinson's symptoms and what can be dome…
 
PADs for Parkinson's is the only nonprofit organization in North America dedicated to the training of dogs for the detection of Parkinson's Disease. Today, PADs supports and maintains 18 dogs in the program. Ranging from Poodles to Pomeranians. Schnauzers to Shepherds. Herding to Hunting. All with the amazing ability to sniff out an odor molecule a…
 
Created Movement Lesson™ LLC, a unique therapy method that utilizes a combination of gentle touch through rotational and purposeful movement within the principles of oppositional gravity through counterbalance and rotation to create an individualized and profoundly effective therapy session. What are the 3 main concerns to be active with Parkinson’…
 
Music Artist and Voice teacher Whitney Cytryn shares today all about the company she founded called The Singing Straw. She show us how this tiny straw tool can change the ways that we take care of our voices—both for singers and for speakers. Whitney teachers us how a straw/straws can help our singing be easier, more efficient and very healthy! In …
 
This is a series of lessons that Moshe Feldenkrais, the founder of the Feldenkrais Method, first taught in 1972 to a small group of psychologists, therapists and body workers at the Esalen Institute, the beating heart of the Human Potential movement. The lessons represent a wide range of human functioning and Moshe's knowledge and skill is often on…
 
Our immune system is our best defense against illness. Edwards, who founded the science of BioAcoustics, has determined that with the onslaught of the current pandemic, the body is in dire need of specific nutrients to help counter the Coronavirus. Two critical ones are glutathione and quercetin. A healthy immune system always needs these nutrients…
 
Music Therapist, Sandra Holten, talks with Tara about the use of auditory tools that help with some of life’s physical disabilities, including the voice. The brain is used to bypass some of these ailments and therefore create change for those who struggle daily. “The brain is our big motherboard”, she says. This approach is educating the brain but …
 
Irene Pasternack [http://movebeyondlimits.com] tells us how you can use the Feldenkrais® Method to improve your balance, prevent falls, cope with freezing, maintain facial mobility, speech volume and swallowing, and find greater comfort and ease in day-to-day activities. Irene discusses how Feldenkrais® is useful for treating a wide variety of symp…
 
This is a series of lessons that Moshe Feldenkrais, the founder of the Feldenkrais Method, first taught in 1972 to a small group of psychologists, therapists and body workers at the Esalen Institute, the beating heart of the Human Potential movement. The lessons represent a wide range of human functioning and Moshe's knowledge and skill if often on…
 
Stochastic Resonance Therapy (SRT) was born in the German city of Frankfurt when Dietmar Schmidtbleicher developed a new training device for Olympic athletes. Since then, the whole-body vibration device he developed has been studied and shown to be effective in the treatment of Parkinson's motor symptoms. While you may have already heard of the ben…
 
This is a series of lessons that Moshe Feldenkrais, the founder of the Feldenkrais Method, first taught in 1972 to a small group of psychologists, therapists and body workers at the Esalen Institute, the beating heart of the Human Potential movement. The lessons represent a wide range of human functioning and Moshe's knowledge and skill if often on…
 
Today is an episode where YOU get to sing. Whether you are on your way to audition, warming up to sing in a choir, or doing cool downs after singing at a gig, this episode will be perfect for your voice to keep up optimum health! Tara includes SOVT’s, vocalises for flexibility, and a special blend of exercises for maximum effect on maintaining a st…
 
This is a series of lessons that Moshe Feldenkrais, the founder of the Feldenkrais Method, first taught in 1972 to a small group of psychologists, therapists and body workers at the Esalen Institute, the beating heart of the Human Potential movement. The lessons represent a wide range of human functioning and Moshe's knowledge and skill if often on…
 
This is the introductory lesson to a series of lessons that Moshe Feldenkrais, the founder of the Feldenkrais Method, taught in 1972 to a small group of psychologists, therapists and body workers at the Esalen Institute, the beating heart of the Human Potential movement. The lessons represent a wide range of human functioning and Moshe's knowledge …
 
What comes to your mind with the word opera? For many people, it can be a negative thought or at best neutral. Tara shares with you today some history and snippets on what opera is really about and why it can be a very likable entertainment option. She also talks about the singers and what makes them so amazing! Tara didn’t really grow up with oper…
 
Think of your own voice – how it sounds and how it comes across in your performing. There is such uniqueness in it because you are, YOU! In this episode you will find help to narrow down your very own niche. It may lead you into more assurance of your style and possibly may launch you into even other genres of music that fit your voice and lead to …
 
To continue with the subject of harmony, Tara takes us deeper into the different ways it can be put together. If you know what is happening in a musical piece, it will help you to hear individual parts and then be able to make it up. She breaks down the components that you hear in everyday songs – the complexity is inviting and a delightful challen…
 
Today's episode explores that wonder called Harmony. It takes some practice, but to the active listener or performer, harmony bursts out of its "shadow" and is found. Tara gives example sound bites to help aid the listener to find that sometime-hidden harmony in so many songs. You will learn the beginnings of harmony and that it really is an attain…
 
Bree Noble is a well known name in the music business industry in mentoring other singers and artists. In today’s show, Tara chats with Bree about her own singing journey and how she still stays healthy and motivated in continuing to be a performer alongside being a marketing and biz expert. Bree’s first public outlet for singing was in a kid’s chu…
 
In continuing the journey of wholistic health for our voice and body, Tara chats with a pro musician who takes us on a little different journey of the singing voice. This episode features Fiona Flyte, the Singer’s Biz Coach. Fiona shares her story about how she became a singer and entrepreneur and how her journey has led her to help other singers. …
 
Fred Phillips is an author and former martial arts instructor. He was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease in 2008. He is my guest on Parkinsons Recovery Radio to discuss his journey with this challenging health condition, his philosophy and approach to recovery, and his recovery protocol. Fred was originally a guest on Parkinsons Recovery Radio seve…
 
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