Feldenkrais Practitioners work in diverse fields of interest and in a variety of ways.
Because movement is central to all human function and behaviour, you will find our work applied in a wide range of contexts – from hospital and clinical environments to school classrooms; from yoga studios to meditation sanctuaries; from equestrian facilities to prisons.
Some practitioners work with sports or artistic performers to enhance outcomes and to minimise the chance of injuries. Others work with people who have suffered illness, injury, pain or trauma to help them regain functional movement. Others work with children with learning or movement challenges and many work with people who spend their days sitting, working with computers or dealing with the everyday stress of modern life to help them maintain their comfort and ease of movement.
Australian Feldenkrais Guild. (2017). What do Feldenkrais Practitioners do? Retrieved from: https://www.feldenkrais.org.au/become-a-practitioner