Amona Buechler Teaches Feldenkrais in Rogers Park




Amona Buechler

Popular wellness teacher Amona Buechler, visiting Chicago as part of her worldwide teaching engagements, is leading a Feldenkrais Workshop on April 8 and 9 through Inner Metamorphosis University. Students will learn how to self-heal and improve their skills by using awareness through movement, a personal exploration of the body and mind connection.

        Group classes are verbally guided movement explorations. The practitioner leads the student through a series of gentle movements while guiding their awareness in specific ways that support natural learning, with understanding arising from sensory self-inquiry and greater discoveries.

        Co-founder, member and facilitator of the meditation center at Inner Metamorphosis University, Buechler is a certified Feldenkrais practitioner and has practiced this Awareness Through Movement method for almost 20 years. It’s designed to teach students how to claim their own authority for what is best for them.

        Buechler also offers individual Feldenkrais and Focusing sessions, and will conduct more group sessions in June.

Cost is $70 one day/$120 two days. Location: Rogers Park, 1418 W. Howard St., Chicago. To register, call 708-805-6171 or visit Lifesurfing.org. For more information, visit Move-With-Life.org.

 

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