Movement is a doorway into neuroplasticity.As new connections are formed, new potentials emerge.As long as we have a brain and a nervous system, new learning is always possible.
This work has helped babies, children and adults with traumatic brain injuries, genetic disorders, Autism Spectrum, ADHD, ADD, stroke, Parkinson’s, and many other neurological issues.
It has also helped people with chronic pain, postural problems, and dysfunctional movement habits.
With a focus on evoking new neural connections, the work increases choices and decreases compulsions.
Ethan Cowan, GCFP
I know how to DO neuroplasticity with clients because I practice it for myself. I am always searching for new connections in myself and in the world. I share that passion in my work with people.
I am a Guild Certified Feldenkrais Practitioner since 2013, and I am currently learning with Sylvia Shordike how to work with children with special needs.
Of course, there's more to my story. If you'd like to know more about me, please be in touch.
"Lessons with Ethan have been fantastic! His hands-on work was effective and sensitive, and his explanations gave me clarity on the changes I was experiencing."- Phil (link)
"Ethan's instruction is easy to follow, and he's quick to find what methods work for what I need. Highly recommend!"- Heather (link)
While I went to Ethan because of back pain, our sessions addressed something much deeper: my relationship to the pain, and to my body itself.- Emma (link)
To begin working with me, book a free phone consultation during which we can decide the best treatment plan for you or your child.I see clients on a weekly basis, but also provide intensives. An intensive is a set of lessons, usually 2 lessons per day for 3-5 days. The number of lessons provided within an intensive will vary from person to person. Intensives create a high likelihood of profound outcomes.
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