Frank Pierce Jones - Freedom to Change
By using an activity that interests you, we explore your ideas around movement and the thinking which directs it. In your first lesson you will begin to see that just by making a different decision about how to move, you can start to make a very real difference.
Each lesson is designed around you, the activity you wish to explore and the questions and ideas you bring.
As we work together, we will explore your ideas about the activity by using a combination of questions, reasoning and hands-on interactions, helping support you as you learn a new way of thinking in activity.
Choose an activity
People often chose something like walking, using a computer or getting out of a chair in the early lessons.
More specialised activities, such as playing a musical instrument, singing, martial arts or even swinging a golf club can also be explored. In fact any activity which interests you can be the starting point for exploring your ideas around movement.
In a lesson you may have the experience of what it's like to use much less effort than normal. You can learn to stop creating the thing which may be causing your difficulty. You can experience what it's like to improve and how easily and quickly that can be accomplished.