Course Summary

Mobilise your ribs, upper back and shoulders. Free your breath. Open your heart, let your warm love flow.
Examine and re-program the coordination of the muscles, skeleton and nervous system to dramatically release your chest, upper back, diaphragm and shoulders.

Currently, we have no dates scheduled for this course. Please contact us via email enquiries@cae.edu.au to register your interest.

Examine and re-program the coordination of the muscles, skeleton and nervous system to dramatically release your chest, upper back, diaphragm and shoulders.

• Undo unconscious habits of tension and restriction.
• Come out of your slump, physically and mentally
• Free your hunched shoulders easily and naturally
• Discover your sliding sternum.
• Use the breath to massage your chest from the inside
• Learn techniques and principles for ongoing self-maintenance, injury prevention and injury recovery

Improve your performance at work, play, yoga, dance and loving. Great for singers, actors, teachers, public speakers, wind instrument players and sports people- from the elite to the everyday.

Ralph Hadden has over 40 years’ experience in movement and body therapies, as a practitioner, teacher and trainer of teachers. He was among the first to undergo Feldenkrais training in Australia and has been teaching the method since 1988. He is a certified Feldenkrais practitioner and has been accredited as an Assistant Trainer (authorised to teach in practitioner training programs).

Ralph was for 20 years the founder and director of the Melbourne School of Tactile Therapies, an institution which pioneered massage therapist training in Australia. He offers ongoing weekly classes (ATM), individual consultations (FI) and workshops in Melbourne, interstate and internationally. In-house and corporate presentations are available by arrangement.

Ralph teaches with clarity, respect and good humour. His sessions combine fun with serious learning, helping his clients to achieve optimal health and performance at work and play.

Last updated: April 12, 2024 12:54pm