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The Feldenkrais Method®

Moshe Feldenkrais DSc (1904-1984),  scientist and engineer and respected Judo teacher, developed the method in regards of an injured knee, determined to heal himself. Central to the method became the relationship between bodily movement and our ways of thinking, feeling and learning. By discovering how important awareness is Moshe Feldenkrais healed his knee a well as achieved his greatest success. 

 His insights contributed to the development of the new field of somatic education, and continue to influence disciplines such as physical medicine, gerontology, the arts, education and psychology.


When I came across the Feldenkrais Method® in 2004 I was fascinated by the methods’ clear frame work and its depth of understanding our human potential.  I’ve decided to become a Feldenkrais Practitioner completed successfully the Amsterdam Training II in 2008 and accredited as a member of the Feldenkrais Guild UK, www.feldenkrais.co.uk, subscribing to its code of ethics and requirements for insurance. 

 In my practice in London I enjoy working with adults from many different backgrounds with so many different reasons why they find me. 

In 2015 I was certified as a JKA Practitioner and Therapist, Jeremy Krauss Approach for children, www.jeremy-krauss.com


Unfortunately I have never met Moshe Feldenkrais myself as he died before I could meet him. But I want to take the opportunity to thank him for his amazing work he left behind in which I feel I am being very supported throughout my  life as well as for making it possible to help so many others. 

I also want to thank my teachers of study to understand the method in more depth Larry Goldfarb, Arlyn Jones, Scott Clark and Jeremy Krauss and many others. 




Moshe Feldenkrais