The Life of Moshe Feldenkrais #1

Moshe Feldenkrais was the son of a well-respected Rabbi in a small village in the Ukraine in 1904. Intensely curious, at the age of twelve, we know from his journal that he was reading the work of a Swiss biologist. Adept even then at mathematics and physics, he fled the pogroms at the age of fourteen, traveling to Palestine, which was still under British rule, on foot. He was one of the pioneers of the Zionist nation which became Israel. Ever the pioneer, his interests led him not into politics, but into the improvement of learning and function across all levels of human experience.

Gabrielle Pullen