The Feldenkrais Method®
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The Feldenkrais Method is named after its creator, Dr. Moshe Feldenkrais, a physicist, mechanical engineer, and judo teacher. The Feldenkrais Method uses gentle movement and verbal instructions to enhance awareness and to improve human function.  

This is a learning process that may help you increase ease and range of motion, improve flexibility, create efficient movement patterns and improve coordination and balance. The main principles of the Feldenkrais Method is physics, biomechanics, and the understanding of learning and human development.

There are close to1000 different movement sequences that Dr. Feldenkrais has examined to bring attention to parts of yourself to improve human function or actions. These are called Awareness Through Movement® classes and range in complexity and time.

The method also includes a more personal hands-on approach that is gentle and tailored to your specific needs. These lesson are called Functional Integration® lessons.  The supportive hands of a Feldenkrais practitioner is an opportunity to address areas of dysfunction of an area such as the low back. Often times if a joint that is injured due to repetitive stress, or acute injury or simply the aging process, then the rest of the body compensates for that area. Over time these patterns can lead to decreased range of motion, increased pain, loss of coordination and balance, and eventual joint damage or inflammation.

The classes and private lessons compliment each other for overall improved function. Connect, unwind and restore with the Feldenkrais Method®.

Awareness Through Movement® Class

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Functional Integration® Lesson

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"Movement is life.  Life is a process. Improve the quality of the process and you improve the quality of life itself."

 Moshe Feldenkrais