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Hello and welcome!
I'm Connor, a Feldenkrais practitioner in the DC area, teaching here, in NYC, and online around the world.
I began studying the work of Moshe Feldenkrais with Rebecca Davis in 2013 followed by David Zemach-Bersin's NYC Training Program.
Over the last 9 years, I found that this work improved my flexibility, prevented injury, and allowed larger risks on stage. I attribute much of my professional success to this somatic exploration. My performance as a dancer has been nominated for two New York Dance and Performance "Bessie" awards and featured in ArtForum, the New York Times, the New Yorker, and more.
Please take a look around the website and if you have any questions please feel free to contact me. I look forward to working with you!
Sundays – Noon EST | Thursdays – 7pm EST
Held online via Zoom Video
Learn how you may be limiting your mobility and causing discomfort and stress with inefficient movement habits. Classes use movement and directed attention as tools for improving thinking, self-image, posture, voice, and general well-being.
- ON HOLD FOR COVID-19 SAFETY -
Classes use movement and directed attention as tools for improving thinking, self-image, posture, voice, and general well-being.
These lessons employ gentle but effective strategies toward improving balance, coordination, flexibility and overall proprioceptive orientation. Interesting for everyone, but especially relevant for people whose movement has been limited by age.
Dancers & Performers
A series for actors, athletes and dancers to create dynamic, full body organization. These lessons improve cooperation of the whole spine in expressive movements of the arms and legs.
Class focused on improving awareness and function of the hips and pelvic floor for people of all genders. Breathe better, enhance sexual functioning, and reduce back and pelvic pain.
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