A trip to Stuttgart & Montreal

It has been hectic here – in Serbia both Christmas and New Year’s are celebrated twice so we still haven’t seen the end of it – while I have been practicing more than celebrating for my recitals next week in Novi Sad and Stuttgart. After the master class in Stuttgart I’ll be visiting Phil Cohen in Montreal to pick his brain about what’s new in the high end piano technique business… It always pays to go back to your sources…

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  1. Posted 25 September 2015 at 07:34 | Permalink

    Dear Jose, thank you for your comment! Please let me add more words:My qtsouien is: What would you learn IF you weren’t looking for flexibility. If flexibility wasn’t your ultimate goal. If you would drop striving for more flexibility, this would show the door to an entire new world, where achievement of flexibility is not the ultimate goal.As an example I took the Chinese girl. She has the flexibility. But what did she miss out on?If you let a Feldenkrais practitioner guide you through e.g. Lesson 5: Cleaning up crunches you will notice that you will become a lot more flexible. But in the end of the lesson you will notice that this was not something you were trying to achieve in this lesson. Instead, you will have found some of the very enjoyable abilities I wrote about in the first chapter.Are you a Feldenkrais practitioner, or going to classes? If you want to try that, or want to schedule a skype video talk with me please email me directly, thank you!

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