Interview with Alan Questel Reprinted from ATME: Association ofTheatre Movement Educators. Author Tommy St Cyr is well known in the fields of Drama, Movement and Voice.

Image, Movement, and Actor: Restoration of Potentiality
Feldenkrais' ideas and techniques of movement-training is taken from two of his essays, "L'Expression Corporelle" and "Mind and Body." This material is interspersed with selections from an interview with Dr. Feldenkrais by Richard and Helen Schechner in Tel-Aviv during June,1965. With thanks to: Institute for the Study of Somatic Education


Getting Inside the Dance. Dancers experience many different approaches of learning movement. the Feldenkrais Method enhance the creativity potential of making dances. An Interview with Julie Casson Rubin.


Many musicians have benefited from the Feldenkrais Method, and many articles have been written, and videos produced (click to see a partial list)

Interview with Paul Rubin Reprinted with permission from The AmericanSuzuki Journal. Author Linda Case is Associate Professor of Violin at Ithaca College, is also concertmaster of the Cayuga Chamber Orchestra and frequent soloist and chamber music performer. With thanks to: Institute for the Study of Somatic Education

Singing and Music

John Tarr writes in "Feldenkrais Lesson at the Conservatory of Music", "This is the story of a Feldenkrais lesson given to a voice student as part of a team-taught master class for singers. Annelise Kohler - voice teacher at the Conservatory of Music in Bern, Switzerland - and I have been experimenting with this novel format since November of 2006. Each morning and afternoon session begins with Annelise leading the participants through vocal warm-ups. Then, in ensemble, they sing a chorale. Next, I teach a Feldenkrais Awareness Though Movement lesson..." (click to read more)
Andrea Higgins writes, "Job burnout is a phenomenon that has been gaining attention, especially among those in the helping professions. Characterized by feelings of depletion in energy and enthusiasm, it is brought on by chronic behavior patterns of giving selflessly to others at the expense of one's own physical, emotional, and spiritual health. Even the most dedicated and motivated dance teacher can be susceptible to burnout." Higgins recommends FELDENKRAIS as the most effective method for dealing with stress.

Pelvic Health

Pelvic Health. The pelvic floor is a part of your body that you rarely give thought to, that is, until you experience a problem related to it. In this article, Deborah Bowes discusses the function of the pelvic floor system and how it relates to health.


Anti-Exercise for the Older and Wise rank Wildman, PhD, describes the benefits for seniors.


Perspectives on Anxiety by Donna Ray M.A. M.F.T. Anxiety shows itself in many ways. When people remember traumatic events like a car accident or loss of a loved one, at the moment of recollection there can be an overwhelming sense of reliving the experience, muscles tighten up, posture and breathing change and the fear or anxious feeling can be gripping.

Cerebral Palsy

Cerebral Palsy and the Feldenkrais Method. Many, many articles and videos are available on the benefits of the Feldenkrais Method for persons with Cerebral Palsy. Gregg Dennis writes, "The quickest way for those with CP to achieve results from the Feldenkrais Method is to take regular Functional Integration lessons. With this technique, the practitioner gently moves the student and uses other kinds of light touch to teach the student's brain and body how to work together more smoothly, and with more control and less spasticity. Designed to enhance mental and physical functioning, the technique is noteworthy for the profound improvements it produces in movement, as well as the accompanying sense of vitality and self-esteem." 

Multiple Sclerosis

Much has been written about the benefits for people with Multiple Sclerosis. A very recent video (2016) by Brad Beldner has been applauded for its clarity.  Click to view. 
An older article by Charles Fox outlines his sessions with Dr. Feldenkrais in 1977. The Feldenkrais Phenomenon by Charles Fox. Suffering from Multiple Sclerosis, Mr. Fox describes the positive changes he found through lessons he received from Dr. Feldenkrais in San Francisco and Tel Aviv in 1977 . He does an excellent job of providing a basic explanation of the Method and of giving a sense of the man who developed it. See also other articles on the Method on the website of the Institute for the Study of Somatic Education

Pain and Injury

An Interview by Donna Ray on Recovery from Pain & Injury, The Feldenkrais Way. Donna Ray, Feldenkrais Practitioner, and Anne Frankl, a student of Donna's, dialogued about the Feldenkrais Method and how it helps with recovery from injury and pain.


Healing Sciatica using the Feldenkrais Method. Gregg Dennis writes, "Many people turn to the Feldenkrais Method for relief from conditions that have not been healed by other methods. One such condition is sciatica, a chronic pain in the buttock and leg that is caused by pressure upon the sciatic nerve. Among those who have found tremendous relief from sciatica through the Feldenkrais Method is Ramon Castro, a veteran San Diego criminal defense lawyer..."(click to read more)


The Feldenkrais Method and Dynamic Systems Principles by Mark Reese. 


The Feldenkrais Method in Clinical Applications by Frank Wildman, PhD.

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