Learning To Rest When In Pain


This article reports on the usage of a lesser-known approach - the Feldenkrais Method - in teaching people to cope with pain on movement. Even though undertaken as a small pilot study, there are lessons to be drawn in terms of the outcomes and feedback from those who received lessons in this Method. The value of incorporating the Method into a broadly based complementary therapies program, offered to those in receipt of palliative care, requires further exploration.

As much as we regret it, we just can offer a link to the pay-per-view website of the Journal. We were not able to meet the finanical demands of the journal to get the permission to present this article in full view here. You can also try to find the journal in a scientific library and photocopy it for you own needs, if you are interested in the study. Sorry for the inconvenience! http://www.ejpc.eu.com/ejpchome.asp?FR=1
O'Connor, M., & Webb R. (2005).  Learning To Rest When In Pain. Feldenkrais Research Journal. 2,