I am currently at the FGNA Conference – The Feldenkrais Guild of North America’s National Conference in New York. There is much that I could write about, but as a techno-geek who likes to put DVD’s in his computer and mp3 files in his iPod, I must admit that I am stoked about the IFF’s (or International Feldenkrais Federation’s) release or some archival material of Dr. Moshe Feldenkrais.
I just purchased two DVD’s of 5 Functional Integration lessons taught by Dr. Feldenkrais in the Amherst Training. $75 for 2 DVDs is a pretty good deal, and I can watch them on the plan ride back from the conference. There are also a couple of CD’s packed with lectures, ATMs etc. The beauty of digital formats like mp3 is that one CD can contain 20 times the information of a regular CD. One of the IFF CD’s has something like 10 hours of material on it.
Anyway, for those of you who have not visited the IFF website and would like to take a look at the product list, I highly recommend it:
Bye the way – The materials are currently only available for Feldenkrais Practitioners, but I assume that the IFF will eventually begin releasing some materials for the public.
cheers – Ryan
oh yeah – Richard Ehrman – I don’t know who in the IFF or IFF Archive to thank for making the new products available, but I will start with you. Thanks!
To purchase Feldenkrais mp3 downloads visit my MP3 Download Store.