The Feldenkrais Method®  can help with:

The method is founded on biomechanics, neuroplasticity, early childhood development, physics, and social sciences. It is a lifelong learning method originally devised by Dr Moshe Feldenkrais, and continuing to be developed by practitioners around the globe today.
Sessions are called classes and lessons and participants are called students in the Feldenkrais Method® to emphasise the learning aspect of the method. Key concepts of the method are:

  • embodied learning (learning by doing)
  • awareness (developing and improving attention)
  • a holistic (whole self) approach.

Check our group classes and private lessons pages for a more detailed description of what happens in a Feldenkrais session.

What is a Feldenkrais Practitioner?
A Feldenkrais practitioner will help you discover your movement habits which may contribute to pain, affect balance or flexibility, limit abilities, or underlie a general lack of wellbeing. Feldenkrais practitioners can assist you to learn new ways of moving to reduce or overcome these problems. All Feldenkrais practitioners must complete a four year internationally accredited training program.