Jenn is a Certified Feldenkrais Method Practitioner, completing Feldenkrais trainings in the US and Europe, with a private bodywork and movement practice specializing in complex orthopedic and neurological issues for the past 23 years. Since 2011, Ms. Lee has helped develop, test and implement PLIÉ. As a Senior Instructor for the PLIÉ and Moving Together programs she has led online curriculum development and training for new instructors.
Allison has over thirty years of experience in dance, movement education and the healing arts. With a keen interest in kinesthetic learning, she completed the SemioPhysics Feldenkrais Training in 2000, and has been practicing Feldenkrais Method in Sonoma County ever since. Most recently, Allison worked with Dr. Barnes and her research team to test PLIÉ at adult day enters in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Amanda supports participants and instructors in our online community. She is a yoga instructor and recently completed her MS in Behavioral Health. She has assisted in the testing and implementation of the PLIÉ program and MOVING Together classes. Amanda volunteers with SF Friends Who Care, a multi-generational, volunteer organization dedicated to sharing the message of caring and compassion through community theater.
Chris is a Guild Certified Feldenkrais Practitioner. He completed his Feldenkrais training in Berkeley, CA in 1997. With more than 28 years of experience in the study of movement and the healing arts, he has maintained a private practice as a hands-on practitioner and movement coach in Sonoma County. In 2018, Chris volunteered as an assistant instructor for the PLIÉ research study in Novato, CA
Our instructors are the core of our work. They have expertise in movement practices, online group instruction, and enjoy working with older adults and people with cognitive decline.
We are seeking movement Instructors who have genuine passion for working with older adults living with memory loss; the ability to change, grow and learn with us in serving this population; basic technology skills; and the curiosity to learn a new, integrative movement program for working with older adults with memory loss.
We are currently looking for a small number of highly skilled movement instructors to teach the online Moving Together program. Our long-term goal is to scale nationwide and train instructors worldwide.
Who: Movement instructors with certification in the Feldenkrais Method, Rosen Movement, Tai Chi, yoga or a similar movement practice
1. Connecting to participants over long distances
2. Adding elements to improve experience (ex: music, dance)
If you are selected to join the research team, you will participate in human subject research training, will learn research methods, and will be required to adhere to research protocols.
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