The Feldenkrais Method is named after its originator, Dr. Moshe Feldenkrais, a physicist, judo expert, mechanical engineer and educator. Feldenkrais uses gentle movement and directed attention to increase your range of motion, flexibility and coordination. These improvements will often enhance functioning in other aspects of your life. You can expect more awareness of your habitual neuromuscular patterns and loss of movement, and expand your options for movement.
Anyone-young or old, physically challenged or physically fit - can benefit from this training. Feldenkrais is beneficial for those experiencing chronic or acute pain of the back, neck, shoulder, hip, leg, or knee, as well as for healthy individuals who wish to enhance their quality of movement.
Feldenkrais Instructor Tracy Roybal
Art of Health, Dallas, Texas
Tracy was first introduced to the Feldenkrais Method® in 1993. Soon after attending her first Awareness Through Movement® class, she knew that she wanted to be able to share this profound work with other people by making it her profession. She attended her first year of the Feldenkrais Professional Training Program in California, and finished the final three years of training in New York, becoming a Guild Certified Feldenkrais Practitioner in 1998. Her education also includes a B.A. in International Relations from the University of Southern California. Tracy currently gives private Feldenkrais Functional Integration® lessons and teaches Awareness Through Movement® classes. Tracy has helped hundreds of people overcome limitations brought on by stress, misuse, accident or illness.