Whether you're new to the Feldenkrais Method® or a seasoned professional, Feldenkrais Access is here to help. We have added a fresh batch of materials and new releases to our collection, and are already working on the next one.
We are having fun here, and hope you will too.
Feldenkrais Access came about when a small group of David Zemach-Bersin's students started filming his Functional Integration® sessions, advanced trainings, and workshops in order to create an archive for future students to study with. Not wanting to miss opportunities to capture exciting moments or useful information, they also began filming events with other distinguished teachers, primarily in New York City. As a great deal of fascinating Feldenkrais material accrued, the Feldenkrais Access team began to edit, review, and prepare each piece for release.
Feldenkrais Trainer and practitioner David Zemach-Bersin brings considerable experience to his curatorial position at Feldenkrais Access. He has maintained a Functional Integration practice for over forty years, and has taught in Feldenkrais Training programs for 35 years. He studied directly with Moshe Feldenkrais and graduated from the first US Feldenkrais Professional Training Program in 1977.
Kaethe Zemach-Bersin, (left) writing and design
Ira Feinstein, (right) management and communications
Tiina Dohrmann, (left) program coordinator
At this time, we offer five filmed workshops, one audio-only workshop, a free Feldenkrais lesson library, free designed materials for Feldenkrais practitioners, a users guide, and a calendar of events for both practitioners and the public. New items will be added regularly.
New workshop videos and other study tools are on their way, including:
'Restoring Your Neurological Harmony: Feldenkrais for Life in a chaotic world'
Awareness Through Movement® lesson teaching notes
'10 Lessons for Health and Recovery'
Treat yourself to a Feldenkrais lesson with a world renowned teacher! Choose from a growing selection of Awareness Through Movement® lessons taught by David Zemach-Bersin during workshops and training programs. Use our introductory guide to help you get started.