Weekly Awareness Through Movement® Classes

Currently, all weekly classes are on-line.

Class themes relate to daily activities, such as reaching, bending, walking, working at the computer, playing with children or grandchildren.  Each class is a stand-alone lesson related to a theme.  Students move slowly, within a comfortable range, in a non-comparative and non-competitive setting.  I am committed to addressing individual limitations and needs, allowing students of any fitness level and ability to participate.  Time for comments and questions encourage applications to daily life situations.  Students frequently comment: “It’s not your usual exercise class!”


Classes are about an hour in length.  Often we lie on the floor for the lesson; sometimes we stand or sit in a chair.  Dress comfortably in layers and arrange a mat or blanket for lying on the floor.  Have a towel or small pad available if you need something under your head when lying on your back.


When we return to in-person classes, a raised platform will be available to allow participation by those unable to get to and from the floor easily.  Contact me in advance to check platform availability.

               To determine the best class for you, please



Tuesdays 10:30 - 11:30 am     

Online Class only during Spring, 2021

Current and Future Themes -- Please contact me to confirm details.              

Core Coordination                                  March 30 – April 27, 2021                                                                                                                  
Major muscles of the torso (pelvis, spine, ribs and shoulder girdle) enable upright posture, walking, balance and activities involving use of the arms and legs.  Activate your "core" and feel the difference in your daily activities. 

Free Your Neck and Shoulders                       May 11 – June 8, 2021

Tap into support from your torso to find uprightness, freedom and ease in your neck and shoulders. Learn some short movement processes to incorporate into the rest of your week.

    NOTE:  Registration through the Corvallis Community Center is for both classes. 


If you attended in-person class at the Friends Meeting House, or learned of this class  

from me or another student, my newsletter or website, please sign up for

     one or both class segments HERE .  Thank you!


To Register through Corvallis Community Center:

It is not possible to pay for an entire class series through the Community Center.

Instead you have three options to sign up and pay for a class. Check with the Community Center for details

1.  Rec Fit Membership -- $40/month for individual Corvallis residents to take as many      group exercise classes or lap swims as you wish. 

2.  Renew Active passes -- a yearly insurance benefit with United Healthcare Medicare Advantage Plans. Check with your plan to confirm.

3.   Drop-in for $7 (per day per class) -- call the Community Center each week to pay for a class, get the online link, etc. How-to info and answers to common questions: HERE

And, if none of these options seems right for you, you can still take my class, either as one segment or sign up for the whole quarter HERE.

Please don't hesitate to contact me or call the Community Center directly (541-766-6959).

Knees: Coordinating with Hips and Feet                 June 22 -- July 20 

Knees influence – and are affected by – what happens in the back, hip joints, feet and ankles,  Enhance these partnerships and learn self-help techniques to improve movement, support and economy of effort in moving.


Connecting the Pelvic Floor to Daily Movement          Aug 3 -- 31

The pelvic floor is part of a network of muscles related to alignment, breathing, walking and other daily activities.  Moving beyond Kegels, explore this network to improve overall movement as well as continence issues.  For men and women.

© 2005, Rosalie O'Connor. Used with permission of the Feldenkrais Guild® of North America.

© 2005, Rosalie O'Connor. Used with permission of the Feldenkrais Guild® of North America.


© 2007, Rosalie O'Connor. Used with permission of the Feldenkrais Guild® of North America.

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