Membership

Our most comprehensive package of services:

  • UNLIMITED daily ATM Classes
  • A FREE Functional Integration every month
  • up to 50% off workshops
  • 15% off most bookstore products
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    Dr. Feldenkrais left us over one thousand Awareness Through Movement® lessons to investigate and learn from. Each one functions as a blueprint for optimizing human action. It is vital for us—as Feldenkrais® Practitioners—to have a clear image of what ‘ideal’ body organization might look like, and its potential for improving action. Dr. Feldenkrais used an imagined human ideal as a means to initiate the direction of his investigation with himself and with every student he worked with, and when he was creating his Awareness Through Movement lessons.

    Knowledge of anatomy can help us to formulate images of ideal functional organization, and guide us in improving the quality and efficiency of our movement.

    This Dynamic Anatomy workshop offers a functional and kinesthetic exploration of the musculoskeletal system in relation to Awareness Through Movement lessons. Together, we will deconstruct one lesson, examining how each configuration of the body creates constraints and highlights relationships that can help us to improve function and action. To understand the potency of these constraints, we will examine the ways in which the lesson organizes our skeleton to effect the transmission of muscular force. In addition, we will explore the neuromuscular synergies in the lesson that contribute to improved coordination, flexibility and reduced effort. Studying a lesson in this manner will help you to understand the strategic logic of all Awareness Through Movement lessons.

    “Anastasi’s unusual background in cell biology, dance and motor learning has afforded him a unique perspective as a movement teacher. As a scientist, he is able to question, analyze and consider the evidence at hand rigorously and systematically. As a learning specialist, he is able to see the unique structure, strategies and conditions of the person he is observing. As a dancer/artist, he is able to kinesthetically understand the other person and to create new strategies in movement that enhance that other person’s functional capacities. Having taught thousands of dancers, teachers and movement educators over the years, I can confidently say that Anastasi is extraordinarily gifted and able in his field.”
    – Irene Dowd • Anatomist, Author and Choreographer

    Date: Sunday, July 30
    Times: 10:00 am - 6:00 pmPlease call 212-727-1014 to register!
    Open to: Practitioners and Training Program Students
    Regular Tuition: $145 through July 21; $160 thereafter
    Discounts: FPTP students: 20%; FGNA Members and those from outside Tri-State area: 20%
    Member Tuition: $N/A
    Location: The Feldenkrais Institute
    134 W 26th St, 2nd Fl
    New York, NY 10001
    (212) 727-1014

    Teacher: Anastasi Siotas (Guest Faculty)

    imageAnastasi Siotas graduated from the Sydney, Australia, Feldenkrais Professional Training in 1992,  and has had a private practice in New York City since 1997. His professional experience includes working as a researcher in cell biology and later as a modern dancer, choreographer and director in Australia. He was the Director of Dance at the Theatre Department of the University of Melbourne, where he was awarded Honors in Science, before completing Masters Degrees in both Education and Dance. Anastasi has continued his studies with Irene Dowd in Kinesthetic Anatomy and at the Laban/Bartenieff Institute, where he has become a Certified Movement Analyst and has taught Anatomy and Kinesiology for the past seven years. He also teaches Experiential Anatomy at the Eugene Lang College of New School University. In addition to his private practice in Manhattan, Anastasi works as an Assistant Trainer for Feldenkrais Professional Training Programs directed by David Zemach-Bersin in New York City and Baltimore, MD. He regularly teaches advanced training workshops and mentoring for Feldenkrais teachers and is a Senior Trainer of Ruthy Alon’s Movement Intelligence programs.

    Cancellation Policy

    ● For 3-hour workshops with less than 24 hours notice, we will apply the full amount of your credit towards a future event.

    ● For single and multi-day workshops:
    • Received at least 8 days prior: A full refund minus a $50 administrative fee
    • Received 7 days to 24 hours prior: A full Feldenkrais Institute account credit minus a $50 administrative fee
    • Within 24 hours or during event: A 50% Feldenkrais Institute account credit, prorated on the days remaining, minus a $50 administrative fee

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    Individual Sessions

    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.



    The Feldenkrais Method has given me the ability to do things in tennis I never could do before and has relieved my body of the pain accumulated from over twenty years of competitive playing.
    - Tony Trear, Tennis Teaching Pro and Ex-Pro Player



    Please join us for:

    Your Neuroplasticity in Action
    Saturday, July 29

    Improving Your Vision with the Feldenkrais Method
    Wednesday, August 2

    Feldenkrais for a Healthy, Pain-Free Neck and Shoulders
    Tuesday, August 15

    More Shoulder Mobility
    Wednesday, August 30



    Feldenkrais Classes

    Awareness Through Movement

    We offer a variety of classes every week with excellent teachers. No prior experience is necessary; your second class is free. If you are new to the Feldenkrais Method or are experiencing physical discomfort, we suggest that you start with our Basics Class. If you are already familiar with the Feldenkrais Method, jump in anywhere.

    Click HERE for up-to-date details and teacher substitutions (if any) and to register in advance for any class.


    **Community classes 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 $225

    MC/VISA accepted.
    Call (212) 727-1014



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    The Grammar of Spontaneity, Vol. 2 - CD

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    Introduction to the Feldenkrais Method - CD

    Focus on the Knees & Ankles - CD

    Awareness Through Movement - Book