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My latest article is published this month

Part of my Feldenkrais practice is working with theatre and dance students in universities. There are around 30 Feldenkrais teachers in the UK who include university teaching as their ongoing work. My article “Teaching the Feldenkrais Method in UK Higher Education performer training” is now published by Taylor & Francis online and you can access it here:http://www.tandfonline.com/…/full/10…/19443927.2015.1043468…

Bath Spa Symposium

On Saturday 27 June there is a one day Symposium all about The Feldenkrais Method and Creative Practice. Speakers and delegates from all over the world will gather at Bath Spa University to share research, classes, performances and discussion. I’m looking forward to heading a panel discussion on the ways that Feldenkrais teachers use the Method in their work with theatre and dance students. Should be an interesting day!


As well as teaching Feldenkrais to undergraduates and to members of the public, I also edit a couple of journals about The Feldenkrais Method. When writing a short piece today to encourage contributions, I realised how close Feldenkrais practice is to being a researcher – its about approaching something with fresh eyes every time. When we teach The Feldenkrais Method, we encourage our clients and students to resist judging and making assumptions about their movement ability, rather to become interested in the process and remain open to new possibilities. If you’re interested in finding out more, contact me or sign up for a session.