Pre-Training Workshop: What a Feldenkrais® Training is Like

Pre-Training Workshop: What a Feldenkrais® Training is Like


2717 Atwood Avenue
Madison, WI 53704

Pre-Training Workshop: Experience What a Feldenkrais Training is Like

The Feldenkrais® Training Academy I begins October 2018 in Seattle—attend this workshop to see what training to be a Feldenkrais practitioner is like!

You’ll experience Awareness Through Movement® group classes, watch demonstrations of Functional Integration® lessons and practice your own hands-on work, learn some of the principles of the Feldenkrais Method, and more.

We’ll focus on:

--Learning how Feldenkrais practitioners use movement and attention to create well organized, adaptable improvements at the neurological level.

--Learning how to gain internal strength. Maximizing how you utilize support from your skeleton improves your ability to create choices, move with less effort and more efficiency, and gain a profound sense of living where lightness and ease are integrated into your life.

--Learning how you can help others thrive. Explore the practice and art of the Feldenkrais Method. Learn how to use attention, awareness, and touch to help your clients gain biological fitness, maturity, and internal strength, and ease of movement. Discover the joys and benefits of a career as a Feldenkrais practitioner.

This workshop will be led by Andrew Gibbons, Assistant Trainer at the Feldenkrais Training Academy.

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Open to all!

Feldenkrais practitioners: Have students who are interested in the Feldenkrais Training Academy? Please contact us! We'd love to discuss your students, and will offer you a discount to this pre-training workshop if you both attend.

Learn more about the Feldenkrais® Training Academy I, where you'll train to become a Certified Feldenkrais Practitioner with the confidence and competence to build a successful practice in the Feldenkrais Method of somatic education.

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--In certain states, or countries, professional practice may be subject to licensing laws limiting their professional practice unless the graduate has (a) certain license(s).
--Neither Awareness Through Movement® (ATM®) nor Functional Integration® (FI®) may be practiced professionally until the person has graduated from an accredited training program. Interim authorization as an ATM teacher is a student teaching position, subject to completing all graduation requirements.

Posted by: Efrat Livny