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the approach used to do something

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an acting technique introduced by Stanislavsky in which the actor recalls emotions or reactions from his or her own life and uses them to identify with the character being portrayed

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The Feldenkrais Method and body mapping both speak to the necessity for it to be understood that our whole self, the body and the mind, are both involved and affected by all that we do.
Learning pleasure: alleviating chronic pain with the Feldenkrais method.
Elizabeth Ormyron, who teaches the Feldenkrais method in Geneva, asks her clients to become aware of the small changes possible in something as elemental as planting a foot or moving a toe.
A clinical social worker and teacher of the Feldenkrais method of movement, Ms.
Further, many pianists today explore approaches to movement and coordination that are not specific to playing an instrument, especially the Alexander Technique and the Feldenkrais Method.
Feldenkrais method -- This hands-on therapy takes two forms.
Dance Magazine spoke with two Alexander Technique and three Feldenkrais Method practitioners, all of whom teach technique in addition to their regular Feldenkrais and Alexander classes.
Also, spinal manipulation and Rolfing, apart from the Alexander technique and the Feldenkrais method can have great effect.
Some alternative therapies helpful in gaining this kinesthetic connection include meditation techniques, progressive relaxation, Feldenkrais method (pioneering movement awareness and creating links to body movements), Mexander technique (changing habits to improve coordination), tai chi, yoga as well as other alternative therapies.
The latest in mind-body classes at the OAC comes in the form of the Feldenkrais method, a process that focuses on deep breathing and stretching exercises to improve awareness of movement patterns and to encourage proper body movement.