Katarina Halm, MA, GCFP, CFT, Feldenkrais®, Focusing, Movement Intelligence, Taijiquan. With a deep interest in how language emerges in our movement, dreams, and daily living, Katarina integrates practices from Ruthy Alon, Moshé Feldenkrais, Gene Gendlin, Maxine Sheets-Johnstone, Janet Pfunder, Montague Ullman. Furthering a love of silence and social responsibility, Katarina facilitates Multiple Perspectives for Earthquake & Disaster Preparedness & Response. She collaborates with Feldenkrais colleagues to further the work of John Pepper & The Feldenkrais Method for those living with Parkinson’s disease. Katarina Halm also serves as a Newsletter Assistant for the Feldenkrais Guild of North America Canadian Region.
* Halm, K. (1994). Resonance and Dissonance in the Learning Process (Institute of Transpersonal Psychology M.A. thesis
* Halm, K. (2010). Attuning to Natural Process Action Steps
* Halm, K. (2013/2020). Feldenkrais® and Focusing, Complementary Practices.
* Halm, K. (2015). Rolling with Possibility, The Feldenkrais Method® for those living with autism, SenseAblitiy Journal #66 Publication of the Feldenkrais Educational Foundation FEFNA®
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