Are you looking for help with an injury that doesn't heal?
Wishing you could recover lost function?
Tired of poor posture?
Seeking to reduce chronic pain?
Afraid of losing flexibility?

Have you considered how your unconscious habits of tension and anxiety contribute to your pain and limited movement? Feldenkrais practitioner Erin Ferguson can help you unravel these habits so you can get back to doing the things you love, whether it's hiking, gardening, skiing, picking up your grandchild, or training for a marathon. The Feldenkrais Method® has helped:

  • athletes prevent injury
  • musicians save their hands
  • health care providers save their backs
  • surgery patients relearn to walk
  • stroke victims recover lost movement
  • everyone improve health, well-being, and ease of movement

Feldenkrais can help everyone. You might be surprised by how much you learn about your movement patterns as you release old habits and heal your pain. Whether you choose group classes or private sessions, you will gain lasting skills for recovering natural human movement.

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Thank you for the shoulder lesson. It helped me all day. You do amazing work.
— Carolyn, Lafayette, CO
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Thanks for another wonderful lesson! The pelvic clock – from a different perspective. I did buy quite a few of your lessons and I enjoyed them all!
— Istvan Heimer, Hungary



Free monthly introductions
Weekly drop-in classes


Allowing Resistance to Melt, 10am-12pm
Every Saturday, Sept. 6, 13, 20, 27

Hips and Low Back, 10am-12pm
Every Saturday, October 4, 11, 18, 25

Come to four Saturdays for $125 or one for $35


Moving Out of Pain, 10am-1pm
Sunday, September 7
Sitting Comfortably in Meditation, 10am-1pm
Sunday, Sept 28
Posture Workshop, 10am-1pm
Sunday, October 5

The Feldenkrais Method is the most extraordinary way of enhancing human abilities I have encountered. Skilled practitioners are able to effect remarkable improvement in a wide range of neuromuscular conditions from cerebral palsy, brain injury, and stroke to back, neck, and shoulder pain. Yet the Feldenkrais method is not a therapy, but rather activates a way of learning that involves the brain and the entire self.
— Dr. Walter Witryol, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine


About working with erin 

Genius, in truth, is nothing more than the faculty of perceiving in an unhabitual way.
— William James
This is amazing work. I have been having neck and shoulder pain for a year and a half. I am an ex-personal trainer, and I find that this work is giving me the first relief in many months. I have never met a practitioner as dedicated as you are. I look forward to future sessions with you and more and more relief. Thank you, Erin!
— Linda, Lyons, CO
After my spinal surgery at age 70 I thought that holding my back as stationery as possible was the best way the avoid pain. What an astonishing concept to realize that movement of the body was actually beneficial!! And Erin is a marvelous teacher; she proceeds at the pace you request and always explains the reason for what she is doing.
— S. Schaefer, Boulder, CO
I have been in several car accidents and I have only taken five classes with Erin and already my body is better functioning than before the accidents. Erin has helped me build a solid foundation for anything that involved balance, focus, and lengthening. I was amazed at how effortless it was, and after just one class I noticed immediate results.
— J.W., Niwot, CO



We fulfill what our imagination directs us to do. Imagine moving so naturally and easily that you have an irresistible authority about you.

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We have a natural ability to sense new connections and change how we move by forging new pathways in the brain's motor cortex.


We are alive through movement. Reducing tension and increasing spontaneity improves our relationship to ourselves and others. 

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We can live in a state of joy and responsiveness, with openness and choice instead of repetitive habits and compulsion.