weekly classes and
monthly two-hour
mini-workshops

You remember how to know, from internal feedback, where you are, and how you’re moving.

You learn to use the feedback from your movement to improve what you do.

You develop awareness of what you’re actually doing, rather than putting your attention on what you want to do.

Simple!

Weekly classes and monthly two-hour mini-workshops

You remember how to know, from internal feedback, where you are, and how you’re moving.

You learn to use the feedback from your movement to improve what you do.

You develop awareness of what you’re actually doing, rather than putting your attention on what you want to do.

Simple!

"This organic learning is slow, and unconcerned with any judgment as to achievement of good or bad results. It has no obvious purpose or goal. It is guided only by the sensation of satisfaction when each attempt feels less awkward as the result of avoiding a former minor error which felt unpleasant or difficult. . ."

Moshe Feldenkrais in "The Elusive Obvious"

I teach regular weekly classes in Bristol, Bath and Newton St Loe.

I also teach a two-hour mini-workshop once a month in Bristol

For all the details, and to book, see below

Weekly classes in Bristol

Thursday mornings
10.30 – 11.30
starts 11 October

Monthly two-hour
mini-workshops

Monday afternoons
3.30 – 5.30

next – 24 September
“Free Your Breath”

both at:
Friends Meeting House
126 Hampton Road
Redland
BS6 6JE.

Weekly classes in Bath

Wednesday evenings
5.15 – 6.15

 

The Dojo
Stillpoint
The Stoneyard
Old Orchard
Bath BA1 5AX

starts 10 October

Weekly classes in
Newton St Loe

Thursday afternoons
4 pm – 5pm

Newton St Loe Village Hall
BA2 9BT

starts 11 October

Please wear comfortable clothes that are easy to move in. Dress for warmth.
It’s a wooden floor, so please bring  a mat or a blanket to work on.

Weekly classes

These last an hour

They are drop-in classes, so you can pay on the day, or get a cheaper price by paying online for 6 classes in advance.

Next term starts
10 October (Bath)
11 October (Bristol and Newton St Loe)

Cost

£10 for 1 class

£50 for 6 classes taken within 3 months
– these don’t have to be consecutive
online payment below

Concessionary rate
(if you are on a very low income):

£8 for 1 class

£40 for 6 classes
online payment below

Monthly mini-workshops

Two-hour workshops exploring a particular theme.

Monday afternoons 3.30 – 5.30
at the Friends Meeting House.

See below for dates and themes.

These are a good way to work in more depth, and you can come to one, some or all.

The titles give the focus, but all kinds of benefits can be found, depending on your existing habits of movement.

Cost

Booked and paid one week in advance £15
(concession £11)
Otherwise £20 (concession £14)

If you would like to pay for 2 or 3 sessions in advance you can pay at the early booking rate – even if you are booking late for the first one.

2 classes £30 concession £22)
3 classes £45 (concession £33)

online payment below

Last-minute places should be available (£20) – turn up and pay on the day.

Two-hour mini-workshops 2018

 24 September

Free Your Breath

15 October

Ribs for Flexibility

19 November

Rolling

December 10

Spine Works

Monthly on Mondays      3.30 – 5.30

Venue for Bristol classes and
mini-workshops

Redland Friends Meeting House
126 Hampton Road
Redland
BS6 6JE
(First Floor Meeting Room)

Near the top of Hampton Road (which is parallel to Whiteladies Road) on the corner of Leyton Villas.

Buses 9 and 509 from the City Centre and Temple Meads stop around the corner on Clyde Road.

Venue for Bath classes

The Dojo
Stillpoint
The Stoneyard
Old Orchard
Bath
BA1 5AX

 

Walk up Walcot Street (past Waitrose), and Old Orchard is a small lane down to the right.

At the bottom, turn left, following the sign to the Dojo, which is up the steps.

more complete instructions here

Venue for
Newton St Loe classes

Newton St Loe
Village Hall
BA2 9BT

Parking is available outside the hall, opposite the farm shop.

 

Booking for classes and workshops

You can book and pay here, using the Acuity system, with a debit or credit card, or via PayPal.

Weekly classes cost £10.

If you are paying the concessionary rate (i.e. if you’re on a very low income), click the discount code button and enter the code W8. You’ll be charged £8 instead of £10.

If you book and pay for 6 classes you’ll get them for £50 instead of £60.

For 6 classes at the concessionary rate, click the discount code button and enter the code W640. You’ll be charged £40 instead of £50.

Monthly mini-workshops cost £20

Early booking discount. If you are booking more than a week before the workshop you can pay the early-booking price of £15. Click the discount code button and enter the code M15, and you’ll be charged £15 instead of £20. This offer closes at 5 pm on the Monday before the workshop.

If you are paying the concessionary rate (if you’re on a very low income), click the discount code button and enter the code M14. You’ll be charged £14 instead of £20.

A wide range of people

comes to these classes – from those working with a specific difficulty, like a shoulder problem, or back pain, to those wishing to improve their performance in a number of fields, from walking better to dancing or acting.  

Ages vary – from eleven to over eighty years old (not in every class!) but generally adults.

Everyone is welcome

We usually work lying on the floor – so being able to get down and back up is a starting point. Generally, if you can lie on the floor to work, the class will be suitable for you.

If that’s a problem, individual Functional Integration lessons may help.

If you're a beginner

it’s good to let me know you’re coming.
Before you come, please discuss with me any special requirements or concerns you may have.

It’s always an option to try one class to see what it’s like.

This is how it’s done!

One of the roots of Feldenkrais is the developmental work we did as children – otherwise known as play.