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Moving well benefits all parts of your body, including your brain.


The Feldenkrais Method ® (pronounced Fell-den-krice - rhymes with “nice”)  taps into your brain and body’s capacity to learn and change. It helps you develop new movement and lifestyle habits to create life-changing results. 


Named after its founder, Dr Moshe Feldenkrais (1904–1984), the Feldenkrais Method ® is a science-backed combination of movement, physics, psychology and human development.


Dr Feldenkrais developed Method in response to his own knee injuries, drawing on his extensive experience in engineering, physics and martial arts.


Now Feldenkrais ® practitioners from all over the world are trained to help you improve your movement, balance, breathing and more.

The Feldenkrais Method ® is not just pushing muscles around,

but changing things in the brain itself.

Karl Pribram, MD, Neuropsychologist


Your story, your body and your way of moving are as individual as your fingerprints, so we don’t apply a one-size fits all approach. 

We listen your story, check how you are moving and help you better understand yourself, your habits and your movement. 


You activate your awareness and learn to listen to your body cues in a new way You will improve your posture, balance, breathing and a whole lot more besides. 


You uncover habits that cause you discomfort or tension so you can move with more ease and comfort. You learn how to prevent pain, re-injury and take care of yourself with simple, practical tools and movement practices.


All so you can get on with living and loving your life, your way


Whether you are struggling with everyday activities like getting out of a chair easily, feeling too old to do your favourite things, want to improve your performance or maintain your mobility we can help.  

Movement Works works with a wide variety of people and situations to alleviate:


  • Aches, pains and general body stiffness

  • Chronic muscle or joint pain

  • Tension, stress, discomfort and overuse

  • Breathing difficulties and anxiety

  • Back pain including sciatica and scoliosis

  • Headaches and migraines

  • Postural and alignment difficulties

  • Pelvic floor problems

  • Pre- and post-surgery recovery

When your movement gets easier, your life gets easier too. Here are just some of the benefits that you can experience:


  • Relief from pain, discomfort or tension

  • Increased mobility, coordination and ease of movement

  • Relief from stress and anxiety

  • Improved balance, grace and flexibility

  • Increased energy and sense of vitality

  • Improved posture and alignment

  • More self-awareness of movement and habits

  • Tools for self-care

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