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Praise for Feldenkrais Method

Following the program with Feldenkrais, patients showed significant improvement in their levels of pain, decreased numbers of medications, and increased quality of life. (January 1999)
— American Journal of Pain Management


The Feldenkrais Method has had remarkable success in a wide range of complaints ranging from the debilitating to the merely nagging.
— Science Digest


After just a few moments of the Feldenkrais exercises, people often find themselves, as if by magic, easily doing things with their bodies that they never thought possible.
— New Age Magazine


The Feldenkrais Method is a powerful way to unlock the secrets of our bodies. It allows the linking of movement, expression, and spontaneity, as well as providing an approach to healing physical and neurological injuries
— James Oldham, M.D.


Feldenkrais is not just pushing muscles around, but changing things in the brain itself.
— Karl Pribram, M.D., Neuroscientist, Stanford Univ, Winner of the Havel Prize in Neuroscience


The Feldenkrais Method is an incredible, quick and easy tool, and a must for anyone who suffers from chronic pain and tension, and loss of flexibility.
— Alex Shester, M.D.


The Feldenkrais Method is changing the image in the motor cortex; and our brain, feeling the freedom of the new learning, rushes to meet it.
— Arno Gruen, M.D., Psychiatrist


The unique sensory motor learning techniques of the Feldenkrais Method are exciting, enlightening, and one-hundred percent beneficial.
— Gail Wetzler, P.T.


A few minutes of Feldenkrais can give you the flexibility and postural benefits of hours of stretching exercises.
— Anne Rosenthal, Ph.D.


The Feldenkrais Method is an extraordinarily effective approach to enhancement of posture, balance, movement and behavior.
— Sandy Burkhart, PT, Ph.D.


The Feldenkrais Method is a remarkable, quick, and effective way to alleviate muscular tension and discomforts.
— James Rice, M.D.