Video: Walk in Brooklyn with Eric (11-14-17) Transformation FME

Welcome to this week’s transformation tools!

This month we have a fun theme for you: Franklin Method in Daily Life: Walking.

This week we are going to look  deeper into at an everyday activity: Walking. Walking is a great way to explore the functions of our body as it’s something we do everyday.

Eric is going to share with you how to put some spring in your step.

In your toolbox for this week we have:

  •  A Video lesson: “Walking With Eric Franklin in Brooklyn – Intro into FM in Daily Life: Walking

We’ve also added a PDF download of our imagery and movement chart. You can use this throughout the Transformation series to track your own movement and imagery progress

As an educator, you also get an educator extra each week.

This weeks special insider “Educator only” tool is the selfie video “Iliotibial Band (IT band) Embodiment”  Eric will give you some special advanced embodiments while walking. This video was specially filmed last week by Eric, for this weeks educator extra.

Educator Extra:



You can use these tools as a reference or here are Actionable ways to use this weeks tools:

    • Community Discussion: This month’s theme is how to use walking.  Specifically, using the daily act of walking to explore the functions of our body. To make what you do everyday better.  This week is an introduction to our body in walking. Much like last week, see if you can take what you learn into the rest of your day and your week.  What are your goals for improving what you do everyday? How will you take the walking training with you this week.This is a good time to do a comparison. Walk around at the beginning of the week, and notice your body and how you feel. Do the same throughout your week and report any changes you’ve noticed. Walk your way to change. You can post your evaluation and discussion here : community forum.
    • The education extra this week was a selfie video from Eric Franklin showing you embodiments for the Iliotibial Band (IT band) Embodiment in relation to walking. What are some ways you can incorporate this into your teaching and daily life? Do you notice a difference in your own teaching and movement incorporating this exercise? Discuss this on our educator forum 


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