8 am Pacific Time session:
The 8 am group is on an official break Dec 17-29. However, we will still be meeting daily including on Christmas Day. Please refer to the schedule through the link below:
To join the meeting at 8 am Pacific Time: https://zoom.us/j/810745255
6 pm Pacific Time session:
December 24 - No study group
December 25 - No study group
December 26 - AY#256. Lines crossing and balancing the body
December 27 - AY#257. Arms in Chanukiah – distinctions
December 28 - AY#258. Bending and going down on one knee (chair)
December 29 - AY#259. Going down on one knee, continuation (chair)
To join the meeting at 6pm Pacific Time: https://zoom.us/j/177660720
An AY a day is a daily online ATM study group open to all Feldenkrais practitioners and trainees. The premise is simple - each day we go through an Alexander Yanai lesson together. One person volunteer to read directly from the book, and the others do the lesson. A short discussion follows immediately after the lesson.
Join us as often as you like in the convenience of your own home - come daily, every other day, once a week, once a month. Meet practitioners from all over the world. The study group starts at 8 am and 6 pm sharp Pacific Time. Please log on at least 5 minutes ahead of time. Type in your full name and location (ex. Kwan Wong,
) when you log in. Mute your mic when you are not talking to avoid sound interference. Point your camera to yourself during the lesson if possible, so that the reader can follow your movements. No recordings are made with some exceptions due to copyrights concern. San Francisco
Please go to http://www.thetimezoneconverter.com/ if you need to convert your time zone. To join the meeting, sign up at zoom.us and log on by using the Zoom links above.
If you want to volunteer to read a lesson, use the sign-up sheet below.
For the 8 am Pacific Time session:
For the 6 pm Pacific Time session:
You can still comment on the lesson and interact with other colleagues even if you have missed the Zoom meetings. Please join our facebook discussion group if you are interested: