Julie Peck: Work in Progress

julie_peck As a teacher, Julie Peck is always learning.

The educational director of professional Feldenkrais training programs across Australia, Julie is endlessly curious about the explorations and discoveries she continues to make through the Feldenkrais Method. Julie makes these discoveries by … Read more

Rae Martin – new depths of discovery and learning

Rae MartinFor decades, two practices have been central to Rae Martin’s life: one is being in the water and the other is the Feldenkrais Method. It’s because of these that Rae enjoys a career filled with creativity and satisfaction. But beyond … Read more

Brad Thompson – Feldenkrais and martial arts: two sides of the same coin

Brad ThompsonBrad Thompson has spent much of his adult life consciously exploring movement, first through Chinese martial arts, then the Feldenkrais Method. However, in Brad’s world, the two are “the same entity, just the other side of the coin”. This may … Read more

Louise Rothols – “I can’t perform miracles but sometimes miracles do happen”

Louise RotholsWorking with children and the Feldenkrais Method, Louise Rothols has the pleasure of experiencing “aha” moments – moments of deep, embodied, spontaneous learning.

Speaking from her Melbourne-based practice, Louise describes one such moment that’s happened just this day. A child … Read more

Chani and Andy :Cultivating mindfulness through the body

Andy and Chani (2)The human mind is notorious for playing tricks on us, but the body doesn’t lie. That’s among the reasons why Chani Grieve and Andy McIntosh have headed down a path that combines meditation practice with the Feldenkrais Method.

The couple, … Read more

Stephen Grant: Freer performance and less casualties

Stephen Grant webpicAs Head of Voice at Melbourne University and accomplished vocalist, Stephen Grant has many roles to play in professional life. But one thing common to everything he does is the Feldenkrais Method.

The Practical Anatomy course that he co-teaches to … Read more

Stephanie Spink – Wising up to pain

21.7.04 StephanieStephanie Spink knows about pain – musculoskeletal pain, chronic pain, psychological pain – and the pain of letting go. Among those who refer to her busy Melbourne-based practice are GPs, neurologists, rheumatologists, and psychologists. “There is a much broader cross-section … Read more

Zoran Kovich – Stepping Through the Dance of Life

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“I decided to be a teacher when I was a teenager – that’s the common link to everything,” Zoran Kovich says.

Zoran’s career has led him onto the stage as a dancer with the Australian Opera, into martial arts, through … Read more

Dr Susan Hillier – Nobody touched me but I felt so much better when I got up

Susan PhotoWhen Dr Susan Hillier was a young hospital based physiotherapist, her boss noticed that she was not entirely engaged by her work. She had the foresight to suggest that Susan attend a workshop about something new called ‘The Feldenkrais Method®’.  … Read more

Rob Webb – Getting Grounded Gracefully

Rob WebbThe Feldenkrais Method is about learning. One person taking his pursuit of learning beyond known frontiers is Robert Webb.

Although he’s gradually scaling the heights of academia, Robert isn’t seeking glory. His end goal is to improve the lives of … Read more