Program Details

Finding Your Balance - An Awareness Through Movement® Workshop

with Angela Alston
February 16 / 2:00 PM - February 16 / 3:30 PM


Balance is fundamental to our success as two-legged rather than four-legged beings. In this workshop, you'll explore the dynamics of balance.


You'll benefit whether you have a yoga or other movement practice, or simply walk and stand in the course of your day.



•   Time:              2:00 - 3:30 pm

•   Limit:             15 students

•   Requirement: Please be comfortable standing and walking.

•   Cost:               $25 in advance; $30 at the door if there's room

•   Wear:              Several layers of loose-fitting clothing


For more info:     Call 972-669-8798 or email




Please register online.  See below


Tuition may be paid online when you register, in person, or by mail. If you wish to pay by check, please make your check payable to Dallas Shambhala Meditation Center, and denote the workshop name to ensure accurate credit of your payment.   

1. Secure Online payment: use the Pay Now button and pay with your credit card or checking account when you register.

Note:  If paying for more than one person with the same bank card or bank account, combine the payments on one of the registrations and write the registrant names in the payment comment box along with the program name.

2. In person: cash, checks, and credit card payments are accepted at Tuesday Open House or other Center events.   

3. Payments by mail: send checks to Dallas Shambhala Meditation Center, 13720 Midway Road, Suite 108, Farmers Branch, TX 75244

For help with online registration, contact Dallas Shambhala



In Awareness Through Movement (ATM®), the instructor guides students through a series of movement sequences organized around a particular function. Lessons consist of simple, small movements that gradually evolve into greater range and complexity.


ATM is the active version of The Feldenkrais Method, an expansive approach to human movement, learning, and change based on physics, neuroscience, and physiology, and the conditions under which the nervous system learns best. The techniques and theory were developed by Moshe Feldenkrais, D.Sc., a physicist and the first Western black belt in judo.

Instructor Angela Alston, GCFP, MFA, began taking ATM in 1996. She trained at the Feldenkrais Institute of  NY with David Zemach-Bersin, and at the Feldenkrais Center of Houston with Paul Rubin, two of Dr. Feldenkrais’ original US students. Angela offers a regular series at MoveStudio and Our Space and workshops in Dallas and beyond. She also offers private lessons (Functional Integration). Angela has studied yoga and dance, and is an award-winning maker of dance films.


"The aim is a body that is organized to move with minimum effort and maximum efficiency, not through muscular strength but increased consciousness of how it works."—Moshe Feldenkrais





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