Whether you are a dancer, an actor, a musician or a circus artist, your body is your instrument.
Your performance is only as good as your movement allows, and your ability to keep performing in the long-term depends on how well you can care for your body alongside the demands of practice and performance.
The Feldenkrais Method will help you find your ideal balance of artistic freedom, body control, and physical resilience.
It can also help prevent and recover from performance-related injuries, and support your wellbeing on stage and off.
Your Feldenkrais Practitioner will show you how small and subtle changes in movement habits can make big differences to your confidence, quality and safety in performance. She or he will help you to break free of habitual, restrictive movement patterns and to find easier ways to move.
With easier movement, you will be free to give your attention to your performance and your connection to your audience.
Feldenkrais Practitioners frequently work with:
- Professional performers
- Amateur performers
- Retired performers
- Student performers
- People of any age
- All performance artists including dancers, musicians, actors, and acrobats.
"Feldenkrais a fundamental part of my health regimen, absolutely fundamental. " - Robyn Nevin AM, Patron of the Australian Feldenkrais Guild Inc
Use our directory to find a Feldenkrais Practitioner near you.