Relax Your Jaw Workshop Participants’ testimonials

  • Excellent workshop. Very relaxing.
  • Great workshop. More relaxed and expansive. Released tiredness from my body. I’m tighter than I thought but I can also relax through breath and movement.
  • Thank-you for taking the time to answer all my questions. I was in bed at 8:30 p.m. Saturday evening after the class, only woke up once during the night which was wonderful for me and fell back to sleep easily.
  • I am blown away by this work as to how gentle it is and how I get knocked out by it. I would like to work one-on-one with you at some point; thank-you.
  • I became aware of tension behind my eyes, not previously noticed. The pain in my shoulder was much better by the end of the workshop. I came with an open mind and enjoyed the experience.
  • A softer, looser jaw. Overall, a more relaxed feeling. I became more aware of breathing problems caused by a prior rotator cuff injury.
  • Tight shoulders and neck loosened up as workshop progressed. I was able to relax completely. Small movements brought awareness.
  • I didn’t realize the amount of stress and tension I held in my shoulder, neck and arm due to prior carpal issue.
  • I experienced a feeling of peace and freedom; less restrictive and rigid. My jaw feels better. I need to spend more time on myself.
  • I experienced a sense of calm.
  • I didn’t know what to expect. I observed how worked up my jaw is and became more relaxed.
    Both sides of my body felt much more even. I definitely will pay more attention to relaxation, with intention and awareness. Definitely met my expectation.
  • I became much more relaxed. Very relaxing.
  • I feel more relaxed through the shoulder area and appreciated having the tools to connect with myself.
  • I discovered that although I think of myself as a relaxed person, I still hold quite a lot of tension in my upper body. I felt more relaxed towards the end of the class and it helped me to soften my jaw. I appreciated the pace and calm environment.
  • My neck and shoulders felt looser when I did not realize they were tense. I’m more tense than I think.
  • Very relaxing and stress free. I learned I can move more than I knew I could.
  • New awareness of holding when I didn’t think I was.
  • I discovered I tend to push myself even when I thought I wasn’t.
  • I can be pain-free by just using the slightest movement. I left in a state of being totally relaxed and more aware of a different way to move with less effort.
  • After-glow from oxygenation and movement. More relaxed.
  • I became aware of parts of myself I don’t usually pay attention to. More at peace.
    I became more relaxed. Easy presentation. Easy to follow. I learned that being always rushed is not necessary. It took me to a deeper place.
  • At the end, walking felt like floating. Some good ways to experience directly ‘less is more’.
  • Feldenkrais is a welcome re-introduction to body work.
  • I was able to breathe better and felt more relaxed.
  • It made me feel more balanced: out of my head and into my body. There can be a quiet place where I can feel some balance.
  • It met my expectation in that I had a different experience & learned or felt something different and new.
  • I noticed I wasn’t thinking as much and I was calm.
  • I took notice of all parts of my body and how they moved in harmony. I appreciated how I noticed my core with no rigid movements.
  • I didn’t notice just how tense I was. It surpassed my expectations.
  • I can lengthen parts of my body without straining it; easy movements.
  • That when I cross that line away from hyperactivity, my reaction is polarized into extreme relaxation. I felt more relaxed, efficient movement.
  • I had no idea what to expect and I was pleasantly surprised.
  • I can breathe deeply and slowly.
  • I appreciated that the movements slowed me down.
  • I noticed that I need to pay more attention to my body.
  • I experienced some restlessness. I noticed that I wanted to use more effort than was necessary; I think that my jaw is still tight but I feel better in my shoulders.
  • Less is more really makes sense.