A tag (aka keyword) is a descriptive identifier that is applied to a Feldenkrais® ATM lesson. Tags help users find lessons. For example, to see all the pelvic-clock lessons, click the tag "pelvic-clock" below. Tags associated with more lessons appear larger than tags associated with fewer lessons.

  1. Yoga
  2. amherst
  3. arms
  4. atmbook
  5. audio
  6. ay
  7. back
  8. breathing
  9. bridge
  10. carriage of the head
  11. clock
  12. coordinating-flexors-extensors
  13. deadbird
  14. esalen
  15. extending
  16. extensor-lesson
  17. eyes
  18. face-down
  19. face-up
  20. feet
  21. five cardinal lines
  22. flexing
  23. flexor-lesson
  24. flexors
  25. four-cardinal-points
  26. haller
  27. hands
  28. hands-and-feet
  29. hands-and-knees
  30. head
  31. head-neck
  32. heels-under-pelvis
  33. heggie
  34. hips
  35. intro-series
  36. kneeling
  37. lesson
  38. lift-arm-to-back
  39. lifting-long-leg
  40. london
  41. lying
  42. lying-feet-standing
  43. lying-on-side
  44. lying-prone
  45. lying-prone-foot-to-ceiling
  46. lying-prone-legs-long
  47. lying-soles-together
  48. lying-supine
  49. lying-to-sitting
  50. mia
  51. midline
  52. moshe
  53. oscillations
  54. palate
  55. pelvic-clock
  56. pelvis
  57. protruding-tailbone
  58. razumny
  59. reaching
  60. rolling
  61. rolling-arms
  62. rolling-back-to-side
  63. rolling-head
  64. rolling-over-elbows
  65. rolling-to-sit
  66. scissor-legs
  67. seeing-the-heels
  68. seesaw-breathing
  69. segal-yaron
  70. sf
  71. shoulder-hip diagonal
  72. shoulders
  73. side-bending
  74. side-sitting
  75. sitting
  76. sitting-cross-legged
  77. sitting-legs-long
  78. sitting-soles-together
  79. sitting-to-standing
  80. sliding-hands-on-legs
  81. source
  82. spine
  83. spiral
  84. standing
  85. theme-page
  86. tilting-crossed-legs
  87. tilting-knees
  88. toes
  89. tongue
  90. totalbodyvision
  91. turning
  92. turning-heel-out
  93. twisting
  94. various-positions
  95. victoria2
  96. video
  97. violin-arms
  98. vision
  99. voice
  100. walking


Displaying the tags associated with a ATM lesson

At the top right of each page is a menu of items that starts with Edit. The right most menu item is "...". If you click on the "...", the system will show you the tags for the page. Alternatively, tags for a page can be displayed and edited by going to the Page list: tags and filtering.

Tagging a lesson

To tag a lesson, consider the following questions:
  • Teacher: Who taught the ATM lesson that is being described, e.g. Moshe, Haller, Hegie, ...
  • Body part: Does this ATM focus on a particular body part and if so, what? buttocks, eyes, feet, hamstrings, shoulder, ...
  • Movement: Is there a simple way to describe the key movement done in the ATM, e.g. breathing, crawling, lying-to-sitting, lying-to-standing, ...
  • Initial Position: What is the initial position of the movement, e.g. all-fours, four-point, kneeling, kneeling-with-trunk-on-table, lying, lying-on-side, sitting, ...
  • Source: What is the source of the ATM, e.g. Amherst, ATMBook, AY, Esalen, London, Segal-Yaron, SF, Victoria2, ....
  • Theme: Are there lessons with same initial position, same movement, and similar exploration (perhaps taught at a different time), e.g. 4-points, deadbird, pelvic clock, ...? Is this lesson part of a sequence of lessons, e.g. head-stands, bell-hand, ...

Other questions could be added to this list in the future if they create useful ways to categorize lessons.

Every lesson must have the tag "lesson" and at a minimum a tag for its author, initial position, and source.

If two tags could apply but one is more specific than the other, both should be used. For example, if a lesson starts with the student lying on their stomach, then both "lying-prone" and "lying" should be used.

Guidelines for creating new tags

  • It is important that there is only one tag for each idea. For example, for ATMs that start with the student lying face down, the tag "lying-prone" is being used. Though initially other names could have been chosen (e.g. "lying-on-stomach"), now that "lying-prone" is in use, it should be the only tag that is used to describe that position.
  • It is also important that each tag acts as good filter. It would not be helpful to create a tag that could be applied to only one or two lessons nor would it be helpful to create a tag that could be applied to almost every lessons.
  • There are no tags for describing the effect of a lesson since every lesson could have any effect depending on the student.
  • Tags should be narrowly defined and used. For example, the tag "feet" should be used for ATMs that focus on the exploration of the feet and not for all ATMs that in some way involve the feet.

Use this discussion forum for discussion of tags and tagging