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Demo Filmed during Italian Workshop

On January 19, 2018, Posted by , In Core Movement Integration,Workshop, By ,,,,, , With Comments Off on Demo Filmed during Italian Workshop

CMI Is Unique among Movement Modalities & Exercise Systems

On December 4, 2017, Posted by , In Core Movement Integration, By ,,, , With Comments Off on CMI Is Unique among Movement Modalities & Exercise Systems

What makes Core Movement Integration unique among movement modalities and exercise systems? Our program of awareness-based movement lesson-exercises integrates principles of Feldenkrais, physical therapy, myofascial therapy and neuro-somatics. These lesson-exercises teach us to connect the power of our legs through our core to our upper body using six whole body…

Feldenkrais-Core Integration: A Pilot Study

On November 20, 2017, Posted by , In Core Movement Integration, By , , With Comments Off on Feldenkrais-Core Integration: A Pilot Study

Well…here it is! A prestigious medical journal has published this research on Core Movement Integration…developed by our Certified Practitioner in Florence Italy–Monica Landi, CMI, PT Let Josef know (dellagrotteci @ icloud.com or PM) if you’d like the link emailed to you!

Getting to Know the “Big Tree” Potential in All of Us

On November 17, 2017, Posted by , In Medical Conditions, By ,,,,,,, , With Comments Off on Getting to Know the “Big Tree” Potential in All of Us

by Josef DellaGrotte, PHD, LMHC, CFP-physio Just as we seem interested in getting to know how to save the forests and the trees and how the “big oaks” and others survived while others died, how about that other big complementary but missing piece: our aging bodies and minds? We read…

Hiking in the Italian Appenines

On October 9, 2017, Posted by , In Core Movement Integration,Walking, By ,,,,, , With Comments Off on Hiking in the Italian Appenines

The Apennines are a mountain range with smaller chains extending 1,200 km along the length of peninsular Italy. In the northwest they join with the Ligurian Alps at Altare. Barrea is a small medieval town located in the province of L’Aquila in the Abruzzo region of Italy… perched on a spur…

CMI-Certified Practitioners Attend Workshop in Italy

On September 3, 2017, Posted by , In Class,Core Movement Integration,Workshop, By , , With Comments Off on CMI-Certified Practitioners Attend Workshop in Italy

CMI-certified Practitioners, Karen Wright, LMT, NMT, of WrightTouch: Massage for Health, and Kimi Hasegawa, MS, PT, of Core Integration Vermont, attended the recent Workshop in Italy (Core Integration Walking: Full Body Movement from Feet to Spine). Karen writes: “The setting was beautiful!”             “Class times interlaced…

A Major Crisis Is Looming…

A major crisis is looming for all the developed consumer countries with increasing ageing populations. Extending longevity without the means to maintain health and functional abilities is not sustainable economically or socially in any society, anywhere. Many millions are now ill-prepared to take care of themselves…already becoming a long, problem-loaded…

Camino de Santiago 2017

On June 26, 2017, Posted by , In Core Movement Integration,Walking, By ,,,,,, , With Comments Off on Camino de Santiago 2017

Josef is trekking 16km daily in southern France on the Camino Santiago. Hot temperatures and all. He met a man–age 83–doing 20km daily. He had a heart attack some years ago; had stents in his coronary arteries, and yet, he keeps going.

Testimonial–Pathways

On April 10, 2017, Posted by , In Testimonial, By , , With Comments Off on Testimonial–Pathways

“I’m in North Carolina with my leg buddies. Everything is good, just wanted to say how the path 2 to path 1 is helping, especially using the 2 as a default starting and resting posture. Whenever I become aware of discomfort etc., I go vertical with the mind, then do…

Josef’s Travels–Jan/Feb 2017

On February 17, 2017, Posted by , In Core Movement Integration, With Comments Off on Josef’s Travels–Jan/Feb 2017

Josef in Tenerife                                   Teide Volcano…over 10,000 feet!