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Runyon Returns to Atlanta for Feldenkrais Workshop

Margaret Mead once said, “The Feldenkrais Method is the most sophisticated and effective method I have seen for the prevention and reversal of deterioration of function.”

Feldenkrais teacher, Louise Runyon, will return to Atlanta on Saturday, October 19 to teach her Awareness Through Movement Feldenkrais workshop.

The workshop will help participants “learn to move and function as a whole person, make movement connections between mind and body, left and right sides, upper and lower halves, and the left and right sides of the brain,” says Runyon.

 “The lessons are ingenious, gentle movement sequences designed to bring mobility, ease and efficiency to all forms of physical activity through interrupting habits and heightening awareness of how the body and mind can function together as an integrated whole,” she explains.

Recently retired in North Carolina, Louise Runyon has taught Awareness Through Movement classes in Atlanta for 20 years, including her own weekly classes as well as classes held at Evening at Emory, Life Enrichment Services, the YMCA, and universities around the Southeast. She is a certified teacher of Bones for Life, a Feldenkrais approach to improving bone strength and alignment, and has been a dancer/choreographer for 35 years.

The October Awareness Through Movement class will be held at 1151 Sheridan Road, Atlanta on October 19 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The cost of the workshop is $125 through September 19; $150 after that. For more information, email [email protected], call 404-803-8023 or visit

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