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I've developed the one-week workshops to offer the full immersion that many people find valuable. I love the opportunity to teach at this depth, with people who have dedicated the week to learning. And I love these places.
Feldenkrais helps people feel more at ease with themselves, and to move and act efficiently and elegantly. Benefits include easier movement, better problem-solving, and a balanced response to the stresses of life.
People come to Feldenkrais to counteract the effects of age or the imbalance left by injury or illness. Actors, musicians, sportsmen and women, come to improve performance. Artists often find the work generates creativity and spontaneity. People working with long-term pain or stress also find the work helpful.
I've been teaching Feldenkrais since 1990. I teach a full range of formats from one-hour weekly classes to one-week intensives in lovely places.
I am now teaching weekly classes in Bath, and weekly individual sessions and monthly two-hour mini-workshops in Bristol. See my schedule for dates.
There are also occasional weekends and weeks and special collaborations available throughout the year.
I send out regular email updates on all my classes and courses. If you'd like me to add you to the email list, please let me have your details.
It's sometimes useful to have postal addresses too, so if you'd like to add that, please do.
(If you just want to send me an email about anything else, you can do that here: email@example.com)
11 - 12 February 2017
St Ives, Cornwall
29 April - 6 May 2017
If nothing quite fits, get in touch and we can talk about options.
Most people spend their lives using their strengths to overcome or cover up their weaknesses. Those few who use their strengths to incorporate their weaknesses, who don’t divide themselves, those people are very rare.