The Feldenkrais Method has shown me how to balance my body and improve my flexibility.
— Chris Dudley, NBA Player, NY Knicks
Click HERE for up-to-date details and teacher substitutions (if any) and to register in advance for any class.
**Weekly community classes at 3:00 pm on Wednesdays and 5:30 pm on Saturdays are pay-what-you-can, with a suggested fee of $10.00.
For your first class, please arrive at least 10 minutes prior to the scheduled class start time.
We recommend loose, comfortable clothing.
Mats, pads are provided.
All classes are drop-in. Get your first two classes for the price of one!
Drop-in for $25
6 class card for $125
12 class card for $250
Members receive FREE unlimited classes and one FREE Functional Integration session every month
Call (212) 727-1014
– Tuesday, October 25
Solutions for Optimal Mobility
– Wednesday - Sunday, October 26 - 30
Feldenkrais Back Care
– Tuesday, November 1
Double Header Day with David Zemach-Bersin!
– Sunday, November 6
Dancing with the How
– Wednesday, November 9
Feldenkrais starts your whole life moving in new directions, with new choices on every level of your life. You must experience it. Feldenkrais has had a tremendous impact on my life. It has taught me to really listen to myself. I now know I need not stay stuck in pain. It has helped me see that I have choices, that my patterns of movement, my patterns of emotional "sludge" can change.
- Janie Cutliff, client
The most direct way to benefit from Feldenkrais is to work privately with one of our highly skilled practitioners. In Functional Integration lessons, the work is tailored specifically to your needs, the touch is gentle and communicative, and your comfort is respected. Call 212-727-1014 for an appointment.
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Feldenkrais is not just pushing muscles around, but changing things in the brain itself.
- Karl Pribram, M.D., Neuroscientist, Stanford Univ, Winner of the Havel Prize in Neuroscience