welcome to feldenkrais® with erin
The Feldenkrais Method® teaches—through movement—how we can improve our capabilities to function in our daily lives, whether it’s lifting up a child, working at a computer, or training for the marathon. It helps us move more freely, carry less stress in our bodies, and stop doing things that cause us pain.
Erin Ferguson, your local Feldenkrais Practitioner®, has over seventeen years' experience helping people with chronic pain and movement limitations. If you'd like to find new possibilities for enjoying life, contact Erin today.
- Discover easy ways to move
- Recover function after surgery or injury
- Relieve stress
- Improve balance and posture
- Let go of painful habits
- Feel calm and supported
Instant mp3 downloads of Awareness Through Movement® audio lessons taught by Erin to help you recover easy, efficient movement.
In group Awareness Through Movement® lessons you use your own sensory feedback to improve function, balance, and coordination. Drop-in schedule: Tuesday 10am, Thursday & Friday 12:00 noon.
Erin Ferguson, MA, GCFP, brings over seventeen years of advanced movement studies to her practice. If you feel trapped in painful, repetitive patterns, Erin can help find new perspectives, new inspiration, and new options. She also brings personal experience of seeking a wide range of help for her own lifelong chronic pain. People usually come to Erin with a chronic movement limitation or physical complaint after they have tried everything and feel desperate and in need of hope.
Erin values non-judgmental acceptance of where you are in the moment. She will not correct you or fix you. Instead, she will work with you to find comfort and stability within your unique history. Erin will work with you both to sense greater skeletal support and to discover new functional possibilities. She will then guide you to incorporate these possibilities into your life.
about dr. moshe feldenkrais
The Feldenkrais Method was developed by physicist and Judo teacher Dr. Moshe Feldenkrais. It is based on principles of physics, martial arts, biomechanics, and theories of learning and human development.
Dr. Feldenkrais developed this innovative approach to movement re-education when he was incapacitated by a sports-related injury and given little chance of ever walking without pain. 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.