welcome to feldenkrais with erin
Starting Tuesday, September 5th, drop-in ATM classes will be at 10am on Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday.
If you'd like to stop doing the things that cause you pain and find new possibilities for enjoying life, contact Erin today.
Erin Ferguson, your local Feldenkrais Practitioner®, has over twenty years' experience helping people with chronic pain and movement limitations. You don't have to stay stuck. Instead, you can:
- Reduce pain and stiffness
- Improve balance and flexibility
- Feel less fatigue from over-contracting
- Rediscover joy in movement
- Recover function after surgery or injury
- End the stress cycle
Drop-in to an Awareness Through Movement® group class to improve balance and coordination while unwinding old habits. Classes are at 10am on Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. Join Erin for gentle movement puzzles to feel refreshed and focused. No experience necessary.
Theme for September: Fluid hip joints!
Functional Integration® lessons are specific to your history, unique movement patterns, and wishes. Plus, Erin offers creative movement check-ins for your specific situation to use throughout the day. And, the best part of working withe Erin is that when you commit to eight private lessons, she offers free audio lessons tailored to your needs!
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.
People usually 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 helps:
- reduce inefficient movement
- increase skeletal support
- discover new functional possibilities
about dr. moshe feldenkrais
The 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.