Summer schedule: please note there are no drop-in classes on:  

  • Tuesday, July 31, as well as Saturday, July 7
  • Friday, August 3, Saturday, August 4, Tuesday, August 28, and Friday, August 31. 

Erin Ferguson, your local Feldenkrais Practitioner®, has over twenty years' experience helping people restore healthy movement. If you'd like to stop doing the things that cause you pain and find new possibilities for enjoying life, contact Erin today. 

  • Reduce pain and stiffness
  • Improve performance in walking, hiking, music, or athletics
  • Rediscover joy in movement
  • Improve balance and coordination
  • Recover function after surgery or injury
  • Get help for overwhelm and stress
Erin offers profound insight in new possibilities for movement, as well as gentle guidance and wisdom. The learning never ends, and it gives me hope to age with grace.
— Doris, Louisville, CO
My experience with Erin has been a true gift. She is a patient, gentle, insightful, non-judgmental Feldenkrais practitioner. I recommend her for a wiser, pain-free body!
— Lynn, Westminster, CO


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erin offers


audio lessons for home

 Unwind painful habits at home with audio sets on everything from hands and arms to ribs and ankles.  When you have more choice around restricted patterns, it improves every aspect of how you live your life.

I love the clarity of the lessons, Erin’s voice, the tempo, the messages she puts in between the instructions that help me grow.
— Alexander E., Oslo, Norway

private lessons

Functional Integration®
lessons are specific to your movement patterns. The practitioner provides creative solutions for your unique situation. You also receive tailored audio lessons you can do at home.

Erin’s teaching is extensive and engaging. I join those who benefit from the expertise and caring she brings to her work and her life.
— Patti, Thornton, CO

group lessons

In gentle, floor-based Awareness Through Movement® classes you use novel movement and directed attention to explore new sensory-motor pathways in your brain. No experience necessary.

I have not felt this much ease in a long time. I also appreciate your sense of humor, which is a nice plus.
— Maureen, Boulder, CO


erin's clients

Erin works with people who have injury, pain, movement limitations, and neurological difficulties as well as dancers, musicians, athletes, educators, and people with "poor posture" who are looking to enhance their lives through easier movement. She also brings a personal experience of seeking a wide range of help for her own lifelong chronic pain. 

The gift of this method is that it allows you to connect with your thoughts, feelings, and sensations while moving. The nervous system is then given the precious opportunity to process the constant stimuli from the outside world in a different way.

People usually first come to Erin with a chronic movement limitation or physical complaint. Often it's after they have tried everything and feel desperate and in need of hope. Erin can help you discover the relief of skeletal support and more function in everyday life while meeting you where you are at with a compassionate, non-judgmental approach. 

Learn more about Erin's clients: Does Pain Go Away? 

After my spinal surgery at age 70 I thought holding my back as stationary as possible was the best way to avoid pain. What an astonishing concept to realize that movement is beneficial! And Erin is a marvelous teacher. She proceeds at the pace you request and always explains the reason for what she is doing.
— Susan, Boulder, CO


about dr. moshe feldenkrais

Dr. Feldenkrais is a physicist and Judo teacher. He received his PhD from the Sorbonne and worked in the Joliot-Curie laboratory in Paris. He also spent many decades studying Judo, training with its founder, Kanō Jigorō.

He discovered how to reeducate his own movement when he was incapacitated by a sports-related injury and given little chance of ever walking without pain. 

He developed his way of teaching an intelligent relationship to gravity using principles of human learning, physics, and martial arts. He ingeniously focused on directed attention and novel movement patterns to restore faulty muscular learning.

He applied his knowledge of anatomy, physiology, physics, and engineering, as well as his mastery of martial arts, to restore his own functioning and, later, the functioning of many others, including luminaries like David Ben-Gurion, Yehudi Menuhin, Peter Brooks, Gregory Bateson, Jonas Salk, and more.

Using sensorimotor discriminations, everyone can improve function, not just in movement, but also in how we feel, sense, think, and act. When we move better, we feel better. We balance, digest, breathe, and smile better. 

Read a chronological overview of Moshe's life.

Movement is life. Life is a process. Improve the quality of the process and you improve life itself.
— Moshe Feldenkrais