Feldenkrais® - Awareness Through Movement

"Awareness through movement leads to self-awareness and the discovery of previously unimagined possibilities within ourselves. Instead of avoiding mistakes, use them intentionally as alternatives to what you initially feel is right. It could be that right and wrong will soon switch roles."

Moshé Feldenkrais

Moshé Feldenkrais (1904-1984, engineer, physicist, judo teacher) is the founder of the Feldenkrais Method. Based on his knowledge of neurophysiology and biomechanics, he developed a body-oriented, pedagogical process in which kinesthetic and proprioceptive self-awareness is trained.


In the development from baby to toddler we learn organically, through curiosity and sensory experience. The Feldenkrais Method takes us back to this experience. We train our brain by training self-awareness through movement. Mental and physical development are fundamentally related.

By consciously experiencing a wide variety of movement sequences, we can go on a journey of discovery to recognize limiting habits and welcome new possibilities of expression and action in our lives.

The Feldenkrais method is considered appropriate for any individual, of any age, and has been shown to offer the following benefits ...


... improved health and well-being

... improved attention and concentration
... reduced pain
... completing tasks with less effort

... improved posture, movement, coordination and balance

... easier breathing

... better control over mascular tension.

The Feldenkrais Method is delivered in two formats:

Group courses ("Awareness Through Movement") in which movement sequences in a variety of positions (while on the floor, sitting on a chair, or standing)  are instructed verbally. The fact that there is no model for the movements invites the participant to experiment and to explore the way of his/her movement.

Individual sessions (“Functional Integration”) are tailored to the specific needs of the learner. Through the use of soft, non-invasive touch of the teacher, movement and behavior patterns are explored and new possibilities and connections are found. The results are

often impressive and elementary changes.

Since April 2022 I have been certified to hold or instruct group courses ("Awareness Through Movement")
I offer these online and in face-to-face events.

In order to become a fully certified Feldenkrais Practitioner, I am looking for people who are interested in FREE INDIVIDUEL SESSIONS.