Feldenkrais offers a unique experiential learning approach that uses practical self-awareness and sensory-motor learning as tools for ongoing growth and self-development throughout life.
By providing an opportunity to explore and experience new possibilities for how you perceive and interact with yourself and the world around you, Feldenkrais lessons engage the brain in its ‘learning’ mode, stimulating the nervous system’s powerful capacity to re-organise and refine patterns of action, and re-define the brain’s internal self-image (neuroplasticity).
This process helps to develop more flexible, adaptable ways of thinking, that can increase your ability to respond effectively and appropriately to the situation at hand.
Through learning to attend to yourself in each moment, stressful, counter-productive patterns of behaviour can be observed and adjusted at an early stage. Progressively, this practice enables greater resourcefulness in seeking out more effective ways of supporting health and well-being, along with improved physical ease, balance and body confidence.