Feldenkrais

Feldenkrais

The therapy named after Moshe Feldenkrais (1904-1984) promotes the more conscious perception of our own bodies. It is designed to make everyday conditioned movements conscious and smooth out faults through the practice of a variety of exercises. After practising sitting, walking and standing it becomes easy to correct faults in posture and movement. Using this method it is possible to regain natural movement, which will lead to better care of the body and a healthier approach to one’s own body. Feldenkrais therapy is recommended for those with postural faults and respiratory dysfunctions as well as chronic pain, lower-body disorders and rheumatic complaints. Once learnt, the therapy can also be carried out by the patient at home.