The Feldenkrais Method® is an innovative form of movement education developed by physicist and Judo teacher Dr. Moshe Feldenkrais. It helps restore lost function after injury, surgery, neurological challenges, trauma, accident, or long-term pain.
This method also addresses emotional trauma by reducing repetitive patterns of anxiety and tension. In addition, it educates your nervous system to move in more powerful and efficient ways by replacing damaging habits. More about the method
Erin Ferguson has been studying this method for over seventeen years. She first discovered it in 1996 while searching for relief from her own lifelong chronic pain. After completing the four-year training she established practices in New York and London before moving to Boulder, Colorado, in 2007. More about Erin's background
To make an appointment or ask questions, call 720.284.4306 or email email@example.com.
If you are a new student, Erin offers an introductory package for just $160:
In my Feldenkrais sessions with Erin I have achieved so much more balance and ease of movement. I had years of pain and limitation from accidents and surgeries. This method-- and Erin in particular-- is so honoring of my body and how it has adapted. She has empowered me with new strategies to increase movement and stability. I am thrilled with how much I am able to participate in life now! Thank you, Erin!
–Eileen, Westminster, CO
–J. Hagen, Golden, CO
Lately when running downhill I find my legs won't just flow down the hill. They behave as though I have the brakes on and hold myself back from truly running down the hill. Working with Erin in a private session and this miraculously went away. I was able to run downhill with my legs continually turning over.
–P.J., Thornton, CO
The way Erin gently leads you through the movements and observations is extensive and engaging. Her approach promotes connections and comprehension. I join the many who must benefit from the expertise and caring Erin brings to her work and to her life.
On a deeper level, Feldenkrais offers new possibilities in how you perceive yourself. How you move in the world is an expression of who you are, and we all have long-term patterns of holding and tension that affect how we act. These patterns show up in everything from our intimate relationships to how we walk the dog. Sensing, feeling, thinking, and moving in new ways means you can expand your sense of self beyond what you feel is possible at this moment. In this way, Feldenkrais offers new freedom of movement in every aspect of your life.