THE FOUNDATIONS OF THE AEQ METHOD

THE ROLE OF EMOTIONAL MATURITY

According to the AEQ method, emotional maturity determines how strong and complex an emotion a person can accept or express while maintaining adequate awareness and conscious control to use the…

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WHEN UNKNOWN PAIN APPEARS

The reason behind the painful movement is that it is too big of a disorder, not enough control over your body and lack of feeling, all of which the body warns us about. And with that, we can see how wrong our attitude…

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PROPERTIES OF PAIN AND CHRONIC PAIN

Most injuries influence our body tissues and the neurons in our pain system, including those inside our brain and spine, causing neuropathic pain. It occurs due to neurons that make up a kind of map for pain…

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CHRONIC PAIN ATTRIBUTED TO AGING

People attribute pain to aging and use old age as an excuse. But the AEQ method, a method of gentle conscious movements, does not recognize this concept, and in the workshops I explain how teachers of the…

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THE AEQ METHOD AND MOVEMENT

Everyone should master sensing the movement of their body. This means that he should observe and learn to change the changes that happen to him during movement on a daily basis and consciously change them.

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PANDICULATION

The AEQ method® is characterized by pandiculation, which restores the feeling of muscle control and improves a certain movement pattern. Pandiculation is an active approach to solving the problem…

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AEQ EDUCATION

AEQ education is a process that broadens the horizons of our consciousness and free will. Moshe Feldenkrais is considered the pioneer of clinical somatics, which was substantiated and used by Elsa Gindler, F. Mathias Alexander…

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LEARNING THROUGH AEQ EXERCISES

Failure does not exist if you have learned from your mistakes and improved yourself. Keep that in mind, and you will achieve more. In fact, you will achieve everything that is realistically achievable if you…

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AEQ EXERCISES

With AEQ exercises, we can improve the mind-body connection, the feeling, and control of the muscles, and look for the easiest way possible to perform the exercise’s movements. Pain and movement limitations…

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Active AEQ learning sessions

With learning AEQ method, we eliminate sensory-motor amnesia and learn to guide body movements consciously. When done correctly, we learn to detect feelings during movement to such a degree that it…

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WHAT IS SENSORY-MOTOR AMNESIA?

The AEQ method is an activity expanding the range of volitional consciousness. This is not to be confused with conditioning, which is a bodily procedure imposed upon a subject by external manipulations.

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REFLEX PATTERNS

Thomas Hanna recognized and defined three general reflex patterns, which are an adaptation of the body to stress. Anyone can recognize and feel them. But even though they are characteristic for humans, it doesn’t…

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CHANGING THE MIND

Conventional approaches toward rectifying mistakes in our body felt as chronic pain, movement limitation, or inefficient movement derive from the body’s structure and how muscle and body processes work.

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GREEN LIGHT REFLEX

The body takes over the posture of a soldier, ready for action and change. The back arches, the buttocks, hind thighs, and hips tense up, the shoulders pull back, the head raises. Common problems caused by the green…

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RED LIGHT REFLEX

It serves as a defense against sudden change or danger. In the event of a sudden loud bang or rumble, the front of the body’s muscles is activated and contracted. The abdominal muscle shortens, and the chest muscles tense…

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TRAUMA REFLEX AND INJURIES

Injuries can be caused by a blow or a fall. When a blow is anticipated, we instinctively turn away from it, which leads to getting hit on the side of our body. Those muscles then reflexively contract so that they form a shield.

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