Big thanks to Chandler Stevens for sitting down to an interview with Jeff Haller! They discussed how the Feldenkrais Method is more than a remedy for stiff hips and back pain… it’s fundamentally a way to harness the creative potential of the human organism and restore our emotional dignity. .
We’re offering pre-training workshops across the country (and beyond!) through September 2018. These weekend workshops are a great way to experience what training to be a Feldenkrais Practitioner is like. Workshops are coming to Seattle, Vancouver, BC, Canada, Berkeley, Portland, OR, and Madison, WI, with more to be announced! Click here for more info and to register.
Jeff Haller recently gave a free talk online, sharing his perspective on Moshe Feldenkrais’ teaching during the last practitioner training he led in Amherst, MA, 1980-1981. In Jeff’s words: Moshe is saying, there’s a difference between learning to care for your conditioning and learning to care for yourself. That’s a paradox, because the students in the training program have set … Read More
From September 2017 to August 2018, we offered a series of free online talks to discuss the Feldenkrais Training Academy, what it’s like to be a Feldenkrais Practitioner, applications of the Feldenkrais Method, and other related topics. If you missed the talks or want to experience them again, click on the links below! September 7, 2017: For already-certified Feldenkrais practitioners … Read More
A central tenet of the Feldenkrais Method assumes that human beings have transformational potential and that all people, regardless of their age or condition, can learn. At the core of the Feldenkrais Method is a fluid and dynamic state of mind that fosters a process of inquiry rather than one that seeks to define solutions. Years ago, the faculty of the Feldenkrais Training … Read More
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