The Feldenkrais Method®
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The Feldenkrais Method offers hope and healing if you or a loved one has suffered for too long from injuries, chronic pain, anxiety, developmental delays, or neurological deficits.
Practicing Feldenkrais has also helped athletes, musicians, and actors improve their performance.
Through conscious movements and brain-plasticity, you can alter the neuromuscular structures of your body, and build patterns and habits that provide relief where traditional physical therapy and other alternatives have failed. Feldenkrais can bring you the comfort and growth you deserve.
Classes and Private Sessions via Zoom
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic various classes and private sessions are being conducted online via Zoom. Aliza has been teaching online for months and is able to work with you and give quality instruction.
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Meet our Feldenkrais practitioners...
Trainer & Educational Director
Aliza Stewart is an internationally known Feldenkrais Method Trainer and practitioner. She has been a Feldenkrais practitioner for 35 years. She has trained teachers in the Feldenkrais Institute of New York, Feldenkrais Trainings in Baltimore and other professional teacher trainings through the U.S., Europe, Israel and Brazil. She has been the Educational Director of the Boston Feldenkrais Training and the current Baltimore Feldenkrais Training. Aliza has presented classes, workshops, and lectures for many institutions and organizations that research alternative methods of rehabilitation.
Originally trained and performed widely as a concert pianist, Ms. Stewart has a great affinity for the needs and problems of performers. She helps musicians recover from playing related injuries and gives them tools to improve their overall sound and technique.
Aliza is the Director of the Baltimore Feldenkrais Center, where she applies the Method to working with children with various challenges and adults with neuro-physical impairments as a result of neurological diseases like strokes, etc… She often works in conjunction with physicians, physical therapists, and mental health professionals.
In the new reality of virtual learning, Aliza teaches classes whose participants come from all over the U.S. and Europe. She considers it her mission to spread this practical use of learned mobility for the health of everyone.
Sable is in love with movement. They have been a movement professional for 12 years, beginning with their enrollment in the Professional Track Program at the New England Center for Circus Arts. They went on to found Esh Circus Arts, now Boston’s premier circus school, and to perform on stages up and down the continent.
After complications of a hypermobility disorder ended Sable’s performing career, they became fascinated with anatomy, body mechanics, and the pedagogy of movement learning. This years-long deep dive into the intricacies of teaching movement led them to become a Feldenkrais practitioner after a lifetime of doing Feldenkrais (their first Feldie exposure beginning in the womb!), and they completed their Feldenkrais certification in 2020, as a graduate of the Boston 3 Feldenkrais Training.
Sable credits their experience with Feldenkrais for their ability to become an acrobat in the first place, and for their continued ability to move creatively even as their Ehlers Danlos becomes incrementally more disabling over time, and they find joy in sharing that process with their students. In their Feldenkrais practice, as with their ongoing acrobatic movement practice (www.flyingfoxaerial.com), they specialize in working with hypermobile students, fellow neurodivergent folks, and queer and trans siblings of all stripes, as well as dancers and acrobats; anyone looking to deepen their somatic understanding and presence, or to find creative movement availability after (or in the midst of) career-limiting dysfunction.