The Feldenkrais Research Journal focuses on research into the Feldenkrais Method® and related fields of practice, thought, research, action, and awareness. This peer reviewed Journal seeks to engage in a dialogue about research within the Feldenkrais professional field and beyond.
Please join us for the one–day symposium Oct 19th 2019 Embodied Learning: Moving Creativity and Agency - Book here Followed by a one day workshop Somatic Agency - The Power of Stillness ( click here for more information and booking) on Oct 20th with Glenna Batson (US/IE). Keynote presenter Prof. Em. Glenna Batson (US/IE) Convenors Thomas Kampe & Mary Steadman (Creative Corporealities Research Group (CCRG), Bath Spa University) This one-day symposium addresses issues around embodiment in learning, education and performer training. Through practical explorations, academic presentations, workshop sessions, artistic interaction and debate we will explore how a somatic-turn in learning, education and training can contribute to a meaningful and critical education to ‘humanize humanity’ (Morin 1999:10) in the context of global and civilisatory crises. The symposium will be followed by a one- day workshop by Glenna Batson. The symposium and workshop will be held on the beautiful Newton Park Campus of Bath Spa University, and is organised through the Creative Corporealities Research Group (CCRG) located within the Bath School of Music and Performance.