Feldenkrais Awareness Day in Primrose Hill

Apr 23rd, 2019 Feldenkrais DoukaEditor 1 min read

I am so excited to announce that on Thursday May 9th, to celebrate the International Feldenkrais Awareness week, my colleague Alex Frazier and I, will be hosting a special collaborative event at the primrose Hill Library. We invite you to join us for a feldenkrais Awareness Through Movement Class at 5pm followed by Individual Hands-on taster sessions. During the Awareness Through Movement Class the attendants…

Feldenkrais Functional Integration Sessions in Oslo

Feb 10th, 2019 Workshops DoukaEditor 1 min read

In March I will be in Oslo giving Functional Integration Sessions at the Aud Aasbo Studio. The Functional integration is the hands-on form of the Feldenkrais Method and involves tactile, kinesthetic communication.                     Same as with the Feldenkrais Group classes, the receiver of the Functional Integration, is perceived as a student. During the session, I communicate to the…

Pilates and Feldenkrais Workshop for runners

Dec 23rd, 2016 Workshops DoukaEditor 1 min read

When we run we feel alive, free, strong and afterwards relaxed and elevated. Unfortunately, so many have to quit because of a running related injury. If you look around your running mates or people who run at the park you will notice that each has their own unique style. This style, the “habit” of moving is not always the most efficient , it can put…


The Feldenkrais Method

Feb 8th, 2016 Feldenkrais DoukaEditor 1 min read

The Feldenkrais Method is an educational system that uses movement to teach body and self awareness and improve function. The Method enables people to include in their functioning movements and parts of the body forgotten or excluded from their habitual actions or images of actions. By allowing a person to learn how the whole body cooperates in any movement, the Feldenkrais Method, assists people to…



Nov 19th, 2015 Pilates DoukaEditor 1 min read

Pilates was developed by Joseph Pilates, a physical-culturist[clarification needed] from Mönchengladbach, Germany. His father was a prize-winning gymnast and his mother a naturopath. He studied both Eastern and Western forms of exercise including yoga.[5] During the first half of the twentieth century, he developed a system of exercises which were intended to strengthen the human mind and body. Pilates believed that mental and physical health…