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METHOD. The mode of operating or the means of attaining an object.
     2. It has been questioned whether the method of making a thing can be patented. But it has been considered that a method or mode may be the subject of a patent, because, when the object of two patents or effects to be produced is essentially the same, they may both be valid, if the modes of attaining the desired effect are essentially different. Dav. Pat. Cas. 290; 2 B. & Ald. 350; 2 H. Bl. 492; 8 T. R. 106; 4 Burr. 2397; Gods. on Pat. 85; Perpigna, Manuel des Inventeurs, &c., c. 1, sect. 5, Sec. 1, p. 22.

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Learning pleasure: alleviating chronic pain with the Feldenkrais method. Available at: www.feldenkrais.com/method/article/learning_pleasure_alleviating_chronic_pain_with_the_feldenkrais_method.
(8) Bearman D, Shafarman S.The Feldenkrais Method in treatment of chronic pain: a study of efficacy and cost-effectiveness.
Elizabeth Ormyron, who teaches the Feldenkrais method in Geneva, asks her clients to become aware of the small changes possible in something as elemental as planting a foot or moving a toe.
Louise Runyon is a Guild Certified Feldenkrais [Practitioner.sup.[cm]] and certified Bones for Life[tm] (an application of the Feldenkrais Method to prevention and reversal of osteoporosis) teacher, with over twenty years experience teaching movement.
Blindfolds at the barre are one of many indications that Barbara Forbes is trained in the Feldenkrais Method. Reducing outside stimuli is a key tenet of the work.
Depending on where you live, there might be an Alexander Technique or Feldenkrais Method teacher in your area.
The Feldenkrais Method is one of several body/mind educational systems available today.
Here, the author discusses the Alexander Technique, the Feldenkrais Method and Bodywork (Rolfing).
Nancy Wozny practiced the Feldenkrais Method for two decades before retiring to write about the arts in Houston.
THE FELDENKRAIS METHOD reconnects the body to its natural movements, focusing on the relationship between motion and thought.
Houben, an expert in the Feldenkrais Method, was a founding member of the Drama Practice in Scotland and recently received an Oliver Award for writing and directing on the Right Size's Do You Come Here Often?
Anne-Elizabeth Straub is "working without having a job, using abilities and skills learned over a lifetime, and having the time of my life!" A clinical social worker and teacher of the Feldenkrais method of movement, Ms.