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Welcome to International Feldenkrais® Week — May 2 to May 11, 2014

Would you like to feel, move, and look better?

The Feldenkrais Method® might be the answer for you! The Feldenkrais Method is a mental and physical improvement system based on discovering natural, easy, efficient and pleasurable ways of moving your mind and body. It is an advanced educational approach to well-being using your brain’s amazing capacity to reorganize itself. It is based on the premise that all human beings have the potential to learn to do everything they do in easier, less effortful and more satisfying ways than is their habit.

The particular way a person is “organized” to sit, stand, walk, run or speak in public, etc., reflects that person’s inner state, or their self-image. Human beings have a tendency to acquire subtle and sometimes damaging physical and mental habits of functioning which can become deeply ingrained. Some habits are useful – many are not. The Feldenkrais Method can facilitate change by creating the awareness you need to alter those habits which don’t serve you well. Here is a wonderful opportunity to learn what a Feldenkrais® class is all about.

Why do we celebrate International Feldenkrais® Week?

Watch this wonderful (and short) video by Buffy Owens, GCFP, to find out:

“To make the impossible, possible; the possible, easy; and the easy, elegant.”

- Moshe Feldenkrais


Feldenkrais Week Events ListMA /  Event Detail


Spring into Action
Open to: Public / Practitioners / Trainees


Deborah Elizabeth Lotus (1982)
Lauri Weinstein, OTR/L (2001)


May 02, 2013 – May 11, 2013
Wednesdays —6:00 PM- 7:15 PM
$22. 'drop-in'; $95 per 5 classes; $180 per 10-week series


Easy Does It
19 Mystic street
Arlington    MA  02474
[Arlington Center, greater Boston]

Event Type

Awareness Through Movement® Class

Contact Information

Deborah or Lauri
781.646.6555\ 617.875.6041
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Please don’t wear jeans with welts and grommets—loose clothes are fine, even business attire. Mats provided or bring your own.

“My inmost belief is that, just as anatomy has helped us to get an intimate knowledge of the working of the body, and neuroanatomy an understanding of some activities of the psyche, so will understanding of the somatic aspects of consciousness enable us to know ourselves more intimately”.  ~ Moshe Feldenkrais, D.Sc.