Book list

Books by Moshe Feldenkrais:

Awareness Through Movement
The Elusive Obvious
Embodied Wisdom - The collected papers of Moshe Feldenkrais,
ed. Elizabeth Beringer
Body Awareness as Healing Therapy: The Case of Nora
The Potent Self: A Guide to Spontaneity
The Master Moves
Body and Mature Behaviour (now being republished)
Judo – The Art of Defence and Attack
(Out of print, highly sought after on the second hand market)
Higher Judo

Books on Feldenkrais By Other Authors:

Ruthy Alon: Mindful Spontaneity
Thomas Hanna: Somatics; The Body of Life; Bodies in Revolt
Robert Masters and Jean Houston: Listening to the Body
Steven Shafarman: Awareness Heals
Carl Ginsberg: The Intelligence of Moving Bodies: A Somatic View of Life and it's Consequences
David Zemach-Bersin et al: Relaxercise
Jack Heggie: Running with the Whole Body; Skiing with the Whole Body

Books related to “The Bigger Picture” and “Life-Long Learning” (A brief personal selection):

Ian McGilchrist: The Master and his Emissary – The Divided Brain and the Making of the Western World
Chris McManus: Right Hand, Left Hand – The Origins of Asymmetry in Brains, Bodies, Atoms and Cultures
Norman Doidge: The Brain that Changes Itself
Guy Claxton: Wise-Up, The Challenge of Life-Long Learning
Oliver Sacks: The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat; A Leg To Stand On
Mary Midgley: The Myths We Live By
Mary Catherine Bateson: Willing to Learn; Peripheral Visions – learning along the way; With a Daughter’s Eye - A Memoir of Margaret Mead and Gregory Bateson
Morris Berman: Coming to Our Senses
Maxine Sheets-Johnstone (ed): Giving the Body its Due
David Abraham: The Spell of the Sensuous
David Bohm & Mark Edwards: Changing Consciousness
David Bohm: On Creativity; On Dialogue
James P. Carse: Finite and Infinite Games
Viktor Frankl: Man’s Search for Meaning
Andy Fisher: Radical Ecopsychology
Joanna Macy: Coming Back to Life