Available Feldenkrais® Classes
Feldenkrais classes and private sessions are being conducted virtually via Zoom during the COVID-19 pandemic. Click the button under any of the Feldenkrais classes listed below to either register or contact the practitioner for more info.
Private Feldenkrais Classes with Aliza
Contact Aliza to schedule a consultation and discuss how private sessions can improve your overall state of being. With individual attention you can address the poor habits that have negatively impacted your neuromuscular systems and led to your current issues. A private session is also designed to work with people who have very serious movement limitations and cannot join a group class.
Feldenkrais Classes For Beginners
In this series, you are introduced to the unique way an Awareness Through Movement® class is conducted and to the skills you need in order to advance to more challenging lessons.
The series includes 6 classes.
Series #1 is on consecutive Tuesdays, at 11:00 am, starting September 14.
Series #2 is on consecutive Tuesday evenings at 6:00pm (18:00), also starting September 14.
The fee is $220 USD (approx: 185 Euros, 275 Canadian dollar, 730 Shekels) for the whole series, paid in advance, or a drop-in fee of $30 (approx: 37 Canadian dollars, 25 euros and 100 Shekels) per class . Those who pay in advance for the whole series will get all 6 recordings as well. This means that even if you have to miss a class, you will still be able to do the lesson at home. If price is a barrier, please send me an email at email@example.com.
Advanced Feldenkrais Classes
“The eyes lead you” – in the upcoming series of 10 classes, we will investigate the movements of the eyes and their connections to the body. You will be joining a group that includes Feldenkrais devotees of many years, Feldenklrais practitioners, and trainees who are on their way to becoming practitioners.
In order to join, you need to have already completed at least 10 group lessons.
The 10 Advanced Feldenkrais classes will happen on consecutive Mondays, at 10:00 am, starting September 13.
The fee for the whole series is $220 USD (approx: 185 Euros, 275 Canadian dollar, 730 Shekels), paid in advance, or a drop-in fee of $30 (approx: 37 Canadian dollars, 25 euros and 100 Shekels) per class. The lessons will be recorded and those who pay for the whole series will have access to all the recordings. If price is a barrier, please send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Vitality, Mobility, and Stability for Healthy Adults age 65 and older
This series includes 6 classes, taking place on Tuesdays at 12:00 noon, starting September 14.
The fee is $220 USD (approx: 185 Euros, 275 Canadian dollar, 730 Shekels) for the whole series, paid in advance, or a drop-in fee of $30 (approx: 37 Canadian dollars, 25 euros and 100 Shekels) per class. Those who pay in advance for the whole series will have access to all 6 recordings. This means that even if you have to miss a class, you will still be able to do the lesson at home. If price is a barrier, please send me an email at email@example.com
Feldenkrais For Musicians
Contact Aliza to schedule a consultation and discuss your particular issues with playing your instrument or improving your voice.
The private sessions not only help with playing related injuries, but can also improve your overall state of being. The sessions will involve not only hands on treatment, but also working with your instrument.
Acrobatics and Dance
For movement artists to achieve long and fruitful relationships with their craft requires an ongoing and ever-evolving relationship to motor learning. Whether your practice is professional or recreational, Feldenkrais offers a way to hone your movement learning process and access your full expressive potential while reducing pain and injury. With the aid of this method, you can find a way of practicing your discipline, whether that be aerial acrobatics or ballet, that best suits your unique body and nervous system- and that brings you joy!
Hypermobility, whether a result of diagnosed Ehlers Danlos Syndrome or manifesting separately, comes with a unique set of challenges for the musculoskeletal and nervous systems. With the increased risk of soft tissue injury even in everyday activities, building body awareness and movement skills is crucial. By working with gentle, low-risk movements, focussing on the “how” of movement rather than a goal-oriented end result, Feldenkrais can help us find more options for healthy, enjoyable movement while reducing underlying pain.
For those of us who are of queer identity or experience, seeking care of any sort can be frought with anxiety. Will my gender identity be seen and respected? Is it ok for me to talk about my partner or relationships with a new provider? Will my body be treated as whole and valid? Am I at risk of violence? This can create tension with and disconnection from caring for our physical selves, on top of that which results from dysmorphia or previous trauma. Feldenkrais offered by a queer (trans enby) practitioner is a way to feel into physical self-care that is nonjudgmental, non-goal-oriented, and entirely self-directed. For trans siblings, increased positive connection to physical movement can alleviate some of the heavy psychological load that dysmorphia sets on us. For all queer community, this work will aid you in gaining greater awareness of your singular way of inhabiting the world.