The Feldenkrais Method, a unique approach to movement reeducation, focuses on how movement is organized by the neuromuscular system. The Method teaches better use of your entire body, and reduces unnecessary stress and strain, so you move with greater ease, comfort, and coordination. Practitioners consider it useful for many types of chronic pain, including headache, temporomandibular joint disorder, other joint disorders, and neck, shoulder, and back pain. It is sometimes used as supportive therapy for people with neuromuscular disorders, such as multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy and stroke. It’s also helpful for improving balance, coordination, and mobility. Many athletes, dancers, and other performers use the Feldenkrais Method as part of their overall conditioning.
Functional Integration!R (FI), the hands-on application, uses skilled, gentle touch to facilitate learning and change. FI focuses on individual movement habits and introduces alternative patterns, so you move beyond accepted limitations and experience a new sense of freedom and pleasure in everyday activities. FI is internationally recognized for its broad applications and immediate results.