Pain Science

Got pain? Check Pain — it’s a great place to learn. The information is fairly reported, easy to read and updated regularly. Paul Ingraham, the publisher of the website, Pain, writes (and I have extracted all this from his website…), The science of aches, pains, and injuries is surprisingly weird, controversial, and interesting. […]

Your Sleep Cycle

Do you wake up during the night and struggle to get back to sleep?
Do you have difficulty going to sleep?
Do you have difficulty waking up?

Before you try a lot of techniques, devices and medications for your sleep, maybe you first need to track your personal sleep cycle over a week or two.

Mini-Break at your Computer

Feeling stiff? Here’s something you can explore while sitting at your computer.….. We tend to make our movements fast and jerky, which actually increases our stress. Thus the first step is to interrupt this habit. The Shoulder Clock Lesson Text of the lesson: For this lesson, sit comfortably at the front of the chair, with […]

Neck Ease Lesson (lesson 1)

Ease your neck

This is done sitting at the front of a chair, with your feet flat on the floor. Turn and look over your right shoulder. Notice how far you can comfortably turn. Notice what stops you from turning further. Turn and look over your left shoulder. Notice how far you can turn on this side, and […]

Introducing the Web of Life: Fritjof Capra

I have re-discovered the writing (and now videos) of Fritjof Capra. I have a quote that you may find tantalizing: … the mechanistic view of the world has begun to give way … to a wholistic view … Instead of seeing the universe as a machine composed of elementary building blocks… the material world is […]

Learning to Learn


When Feldenkrais practitioners say, “Learn to Learn” they are reminding us that, every instant of our lives we are offered the possibility of choice, choice in action, in intention, in feeling, in thought, even in our values. Are you a machine that is programmed to do the same thing with the same input, or are […]