Movement teacher, college lecturer and moderator of workshops for movement and rehabilitation therapists in Israel and the United States. Director of a studio for posture and movement, a therapeutic clinic and a center for enrichment and learning. Author of the book, "Posture Disorders and Musculoskeletal Dysfunction: Diagnosis, Prevention and Treatment." Developer, in conjunction with the Multifit Company, of the first and most advanced software in the world for learning anatomy and kinesiology of the human body.
But first, foremost and above all, he breathes and loves movement.
"My father owned a garage and my mother was a yoga teacher. For years I felt that the educational continuum I grew up on ranged from a monkey wrench at one end to an incense stick at the other…But in the end this educational contrast allowed me to reach some sort of balance which is reflected in my professional approach. So, even though I combine a variety of methods in my work – my father's heavy toolbox keeps me well anchored to the ground…and I tend to seek the scientific basis in and for everything.
The clinic in Tel Aviv offers individualized therapy for children, adolescents and adults with posture disorders and functional limitations of the movement system and motor functioning.
Clinic staff members are professionals of the first rank in Israel. They are aware of the complexity of the subject, continue to study and conduct research in their fields, and radiate a winning combination of modesty and professionalism.
The spirit of exercise that we aim for is based on attentiveness, observation of the patient's movement patterns and adaptation of exercises to the patient's needs and abilities, employing modifications supported by kinesiological logic and a deep understanding of the human body. As Lao Tse said: With a person, as with working the land… there is nothing better than moderation.
Our staff includes:
M.A. Movement and combined arts therapist; therapist for emotional difficulties
Dr. Gill Solberg
Professional management, diagnostician and therapist for posture disorders and motor dysfunction
M.A. Physiotherapist, teacher, instructor of rehabilitative functional training
Physiotherapist, B.Ed. in Physical Education and Movement, teacher and trainer of physical fitness and posture.
A fourth-year physical therapy student
B.Ed. Graduate of the Posture, rgonometrics and Movement Department of Hakibbutzim Teachers College, lecturer at the Si'im campus and posture therapist
Physiotherapist, Pilates instructor, certified gym instructor, provides adapted movement therapy for the elderly
During the year the clinic hold conducts courses, lectures and in-depth workshops on posture, movement and therapy. This high academic level courses are intended for instructors of any and all methods: teachers of movement, Pilates, Feldenkraiz, yoga, martial arts, hydrotherapy, gym instructors, touch therapists, paramedical therapists, physical therapists and occupational therapists.
Annual course – Yoga therapy for disorders in the movement system
Annual course – Posture, movement and motor therapy through the integrative approach
60-hour course – Anatomy and Physiology of Posture
In-depth workshops – The new series – Adapted therapy for improving posture and movement patterns
The book "Posture and Movement" deals with the connection between theoretical and practical aspects of human movement and posture with the aim of expanding and enriching the uses of movement for therapy and for daily activity, and improving posture patterns in daily functioning.
The book was received enthusiastically in Israel and around the world. The original Hebrew was translated in English, Chinese and Korean and can be found today in the libraries of most academic institutions in the world. A new fourth edition has just recently been published.
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