Weekly classes are the perfect way to learn and maintain the benefits of Feldenkrais. They also connect you with like minded movers and learners. There’s still time to join the fall session, and you can also purchase class passes for more flexibility.
Monthly workshops are a real boost to your weekly classes,Read More
A quick news bulletin: my application to present my work as a Feldenkrais teacher at the Biodynamic Craniosacral Conference in Maryland this September has been accepted!Read More
I will be speaking as a Feldenkrais Specialist during a day of awareness and body work: Body Speaks Retreat.Read More
Certified Feldenkrais practitioner and Yoga teacher Jennifer Herzog introduces the Feldenkrais method to movement and how doing simple, unfamiliar physical exercises can help activate new pathways in the brain and help increase mind and body awareness.Read More
Join us for a fascinating 2-day workshop exploring how two opposites (stability and falling) are part of being human.
Stability and falling, seemingly opposite experiences in our life, are complementary actions that become one through self-preservation.Read More
Imagine a tightly knit sweater as a body covering. Or a stretchy net like fabric that would reveal pulls and tugs and knots throughout the fabric. A tear or a knot in the shoulder of your body sweater could be felt quite obviously in one or both legs as well as in the head of your sweater.Read More
In biodynamic craniosacral therapy, we use touch as a way of communicating and listening to another person. There are two big ideas at the heart of cranial work.Read More
Vibrant health is your birthright! While stress and illness can overwhelm our lives, well-being is always available – with the right help. Healing our bodies always involves aspects of our thinking and feeling selves.Read More
Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy (BCST) supports the subtle movements necessary for health in all of the structures, systems and fluids in the body.Read More
Consider the relationship between your jaw and the top vertebra of your neck. The TMJ (jaw joints) live on either side of a critical balance point (OA Junction), and many head and neck issues can be connected to jaw misalignment and dysfunction.Read More