- General information
- Feldenkrais in the news
- Nick Strauss-Klein and Twin Cities Feldenkrais in the news
What’s it for? feldenkrais.com, the Feldenkrais Guild of North Ameria’s (FGNA) website, has good article resources about how Feldenkrais assists with various health and wellness conditions, diagnoses, and situations students bring to their study.
What’s it for? (more applications) David Zemach-Bersin, who directed the Feldenkrais training program I graduated from, has an excellent collection of articles about different applications of the method on his website. Check out the categories on the right.
Who else teaches Feldenkrais? The FGNA also has a searchable database of Guild Certified Feldenkrais Practitioners (GCFPs) worldwide.
How will Feldenkrais help my chronic pain? Chronic Pain and the Feldenkrais Method, by Deborah Bowes, Physical Therapist and Feldenkrais Trainer. Also, visit my video page for a brief exploration of the nature of pain and improvement.
Who does it? The Feldenkrais Institute of New York has compiled a list of testimonials from well-known people, doctors, scientists, musicians, athletes, and dancers.
Does it work? Yes, and there’s research: Here’s a link to the FGNA website for a research bibliography about the efficacy of the method.
Who was Moshe Feldenkrais? A biography of Moshe Feldenkrais (who lived a fascinating life and deeply embodied his own work and the philosophy of the method) is imminent. Here’s a link to a concise biography by the book’s principle author.
Is it like massage or chiropractic? No. While all these practices touch people, Feldenkrais is very different. Head over to my site’s FAQ for more info.
felden-WHAT? A conversational explanation of the Feldenkrais Method.
Feldenkrais in the News
Lifetime Fitness magazine featured The Feldenkrais Fix. Includes discussion about how one person avoided knee surgery using the Feldenkrais Method.
Huffington Post: New Feldenkrais article in the Huffington Post, written by one of Moshe Feldenkrais’ original students. “Low-Back Pain: Is It Really All in Your Head?”
Nick and Twin Cities Feldenkrais in the News
The April 2017 issue of Experience Life magazine feature on healthy walking featured an interview with Nick, the author’s experience in one of his workshops, and a Twin Cities Feldenkrais free streaming audio lesson.
A 2016 Minneapolis Star Tribune article, How to reduce pain and gain flexibility with simple movements, featured Nick’s teaching at The St. Paul JCC.
A 2013 Minneapolis Star Tribune article about Feldenkrais featured a look inside Nick’s teaching studio.
The 2011 October-November Best of Times magazine featured me talking about the Feldenkrais Method. It’s a pdf, so you’ll need to search “Feldenkrais” in your browser.