Movement is life, life is a process. Improve the quality of movement and you improve the quality of life itself.
Jill Duran, GCFP
Over three decades of experience, expertise and ongoing education in movement studies and the equestrian arts
Jill discovered the Feldenkrais Method® in 2002 and has continued to develop her sensory and nonverbal communication skills by working with many different people, dogs, and horses. She continues to deepen her understanding of healing, self-discovery and the Feldenkrais Method through advanced coursework and trainings. Currently, Jill is studying Argentine Tango, Craniosacral therapy, trauma informed horsemanship, polyvagal theory, and equestrian arts to develop and inform her sensitivity and awareness of habitual movement patterns in herself and her clients. Jill believes that variation is at the heart of evolution.
Her thinking and style of working are also deeply informed by her philosophical and legal background. Both logic and intuition influence her way of thinking and working.
Liveliness, kindness, compassion, and curiosity are at the center of her practice. Jill most enjoys helping her clients cultivate their own awareness, focus, and potential. In her private practice, she regularly works with adults and children with a variety of concerns, including chronic and acute pain, neurological problems, and learning issues, as well as athletes and equestrians.