“The Feldenkrais Method is the most sophisticated and effective method I have seen for the prevention and reversal of deterioration and function.”
-Margaret Mead, Ph.D., Anthropologist
Sample Lessons
Further Resources
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Learning How to Learn by Dennis Leri:  a great introduction to the Feldenkrais Method
Feldenkrais Guild of North America:  find classes and practitioners near you, buy products, read articles about the method.
Feldenkrais Center for Movement Education:  a center in San Francisco for Trainers Paul Rubin, Julie Casson Rubin, Deborah Bowes, and Assistant Trainer Cliff Smyth
Semiophysics:  Dennis Leri’s website
Recommended Books and Recordings:
These are just a few of the many books and recordings available through the websites above.
Awareness through Movement by Moshe Feldenkrais
a thorough introduction to the Feldenkrais Method including 12 lessons which demonstrate Feldenkrais’ ideas.
The Case of Nora by Moshe Feldenkrais
a very readable case study illuminating Feldenkrais’ concepts of learning.
Workshop for Health Professionals, Performing Artists, and Athletes by Gaby Yaron
a great series of lessons (a recorded workshop) by one of Feldenkrais’ first Israeli students.    
Optimal Moves:  the website for Mary Spire, a Feldenkrais Trainer and musician
What Is the Feldenkrais Method?:  another good introduction--an eight-minute video