I did a wonderful workshop with Zoran Kovich yesterday and other practitioners studying the work of Feldenkrais towards the end of his life. As we explored the movement of taking the hip back and folding the body, a function which you use in playing golf, throwing the shot put and sitting down, Feldenkrais kept reminding us to do less. How hard is it for us to do less? And yet it is such a fundamental principle of learning. It is so ingrained in us from a young age to try and to try harder that it is a hard habit to break. When the movements are gentle and small then it is easier for our nervous system to make that adjustment and to take on that new sensation, integrating it into our everyday movements.