Guild Certified Feldenkrais Practitioner

Pain relief through improving Posture, Balance and Movement

Nancy focuses her work with clients on bringing awareness to begin improving Posture, Balance and Movement.

Throughout the almost 20 years of practice she has observed how these issues create the pain that most of her clients discuss.

Nancy Haller is a Guild Certified Feldenkrais Practitioner.cm having completed her four year International Certified Feldenkrais Training in 1997. During her training she completed her National Certification for Massage, finishing with honors. Most recently, She is a Nationally certified Medical Massage Therapist (NCMMT).
In 2008 she completed the Bones For Life Teacher training through an Independent Study Master’s Program with Lesley University, in Cambridge, MA. Nancy is a preferred provider for most of the health, medical, motor vehicle PIP, and Labor and Industries insurance programs in Washington.

 

 

 

I Don't Know How Long My Short Term Memory Is...

Strategies for People With Brains. Book by Nancy Haller

Nancy Haller's Book, "I Don't Know How Long My Short Term Memory Is..."Nancy Haller writes from a clear vantage point of experience. She has been living with a brain injury that occurred during a surgery over a decade ago, leaving her with Foreign Accent Syndrome (FAS). Fewer than 100 people in the world have been diagnosed with FAS. At the completion of her MA in Somatic Movement Studies (2010), she observed the experience of being totally brain tired.  Nancy began to observe this phenomenon around her, from her college student daughters to the exhausted public she encountered. Finally the overwhelming brain fog apparent in the lives of her aging mother, her young adult daughters and herself and she traveled through menopause. Whether the brain issues are personal or impact people in your life, no one will go through life unscathed.

Everyone will have a brain issue at some point in their life. Join the Club!

You are not alone.

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Nancy brings her personal observations and simple strategies for People with Brains. Nancy attributes her training in the Feldenkrais Method® as a resource for her ability to cope, make necessary lifestyle changes, and heal.

Information about the book:

Title: I don’t know how long my short term memory is… Strategies for People With Brains

Lifetime Connections Publishing

Description: Join the Club!

Are you living with some form or degree of brain injury?
Are you experiencing brain fog?
Are you totally brain tired?
Do you know someone who has any of these issues?

You are not alone. Begin the conversation.

Everyone is affected by brain issues in some phase of their life. Nancy speaks of her own brain injury resulting in “foreign accent syndrome”. Wandering through the brain fog, experiencing brain exhaustion and participating in the care of family members, she attributes the Feldenkrais Method® as a resource in her ability to cope and heal.

Included are: 31 simple “30 to 60 second Moments of Awareness” designed to help you begin training
your brain.

ISBN-13: 978-0-9881792-0-2 Paperback
ISBN: 978-0-9881792-2-6 Hardback
ISBN-13: 978-0-9881782-1-9 E-book

 

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Nancy Haller, MA, GCFP, LMPC

Lifetime Connections
256 SW 43rd St.
Renton, WA 98057

Office 425 282 0406
Fax 425 282 0404

nancy at nancyhaller.com