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The Feldenkrais Method® – Learning Through Movement

A new book that explores the broad scope and many applications of the Feldenkrais Method® of somatic education. Written and edited by 26 leaders and experts in the field, this book also shows how the Feldenkrais Method® can be applied in a variety of specific settings such as Pilates, yoga, dance, physical therapy, sports coaching, rehabilitation medicine, and more.

Written by Staffan ELGELID & Chrish KRESGE

The Feldenkrais Method® utilizes functionally based variation, innovation, and differentiation in sensory-motor activity to break down habitual patterns and allow new ways of thinking, feeling and action to emerge.

Chrish Kresge Feldenkrais practitioner

Chrish Kresge

Chrish has been teaching the Feldenkrais Method® across the world for over 20 years in places such as the U.S., Ghana, Morocco, France, and Nepal.  During her teaching of the Feldenkrais Method, Chrish offers her students an enriching experience consisting of mental and physical improvement through natural, easy, and pleasurable ways of moving, using the brain’s amazing capacity to reorganize the body. Chrish works with people of all ages and backgrounds, using movement as a primary tool for improving self-awareness, posture, voice, health and wellness.


The Feldenkrais Method® might be the answer for you! Feldenkrais 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 yourself.

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.

Chrish Kresge Feldenkrais Moshe Feldenkrais

Moshe Feldenkrais

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