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“In the Feldenkrais Method, each person already presents the ideal body, the ideal way to move. For many of us this is a difficult concept to grasp. We take pain, ‘poor’ posture, or limited movement as symptoms of something wrong. Yet each and every person makes the best choices possible given his or her perception of choices. Change is most possible in this realm of ‘perception of choices.’ The practitioner's task is to create conditions for more choices. It is not to correct errors, right wrongs, or straighten people out....In some systems of body work, the ends, such as perfect posture and proper alignment, justify the means, which can include force, pain, and shame. In the Feldenkrais Method the means -- learning -- and the end -- learning how to learn -- intertwine.”