feldenkrais method Classes London

What is the feldenkrais method?

The Feldenkrais Method is named after its originator, Moshe Feldenkrais (1904-1984), an engineer and physicist as well as a Judo teacher. It's a practical and unique way to realise your potential, focusing on learning and movement, which will bring improved movement and enhanced functioning. 

The benefits of Feldenkrais include easier and improved breathing; relief from tension and muscular pain; greater relaxation and wellbeing; improved performance in physical activities, dance, music and drama; greater ease in everyday activities and increased vitality.

Join one of our upcoming Feldenkrais classes online!

UPCOMING feldenkrais Method courses
Our popular Feldenkrais classes will now be online, bringing mindful movement to regulate and calm ourselves.

£70 per hour session.


These sessions are an opportunity to book an individual lesson which is interactive and bespoke. You will  be guided through an awareness through movement lesson, responding to specific areas of need and interest that you have.

Maybe there are particular movements you want to improve on?  Your performance in general in sports or the performing arts? Or you are simply curious about the potential of the Feldenkrais Method to improve your overall health and wellbeing?

Email charlieblowers@movingpieces.co.uk for further info and to book a session.


Thursday evenings from 6pm-7.15pm from Sept 10 2020.

£15 per session or £180 for the term (14 sessions)


Join our Feldenkrais sessions online. Working in a group, but with focused attention to your inidividual needs, these sessions will enhance and support your functioning and wellbeing.

Email charlieblowers@movingpieces.co.uk for further info and to book a session.

Group Sessions via zoom

Saturday 14 November, 9am-12am


Via Zoom

This workshop will be informed by the Feldenkrais Method and other movement based practice as a spring board to your own creative movement and improvised writing.

We will explore ways to enliven your body and imagination and how images and changes in our state can be taken into embodied creative practice.

This workshop will be of interest to those working with the arts, movement, performance or for anyone interested in personal development through embodied and creative expression.

Email charlieblowers@movingpieces.co.uk for expression of interest.


If you haven't used Zoom before, here are a couple of useful links that will help you set it up.

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