I don't want to drift too far from the OP, but could you talk more to the distinction between offering advice and giving feedback? In my mind, the two are the same.
Feedback is non-judgmental. A bicycle or an engine can give feedback. As Janet said, it's merely a report of what happened.
Advice includes suggested changes.
I generally have no problem with feedback from junior students. But specific advice is usually not helpful because they don't know what I'm working on and are usually wrong about what specifically caused whatever they felt.
Feedback: It felt like I was planted on my back foot there.
Advice: You need to pull me forward, off my back foot.