International Feldenkrais Awareness Week

Enjoy the process of learning through movement – make the impossible POSSIBLE, the possible EASY, and the easy ELEGANT.

The Feldenkrais method has the potential to benefit us all in some way. It offers a more fluid, skilful, easy way of moving and it promotes a sense of confidence and wellbeing. With guidance from a trained teacher, Feldenkrais can help with relief and recovery from pain, injuries and neurological issues and can boost relaxation, resilience, attention and life-long vitality.

The Primrose Hill Community Association are hosting a series of four workshops with Ana Stojadinovic which explore the theme of Transitions, the theme of this year’s International Feldenkrais Awareness Week (6-13 May).

There are many ways in which we transition from one state to another – in physical movement, in our emotions, in the way we see and understand things, in our health and stage of life, in our self-image, and more.

Whether you are a seasoned Feldenkrais lover or completely new to Feldenkrais, these workshops will be appropriate for you. Each workshop can be a stand-alone experience, but if you attend all, they will build and interact in an organic, and functionally relevant way.

You will explore lessons that involve transitions from one position to another, from the floor up, with the emphasis on the process, on HOW we get from one point to another in space. Workshops will offer some important insights about the functional movement, our posture, and how movement and posture are assembled, via our experience through the process of learning.

By engaging with movement in an attentive, mindful way, you will discover new possibilities for yourself and learn to use yourself more effectively, with more ease, elegance, skill and power.

The workshops are broadly beneficial and appropriate for people of all ages, interests and abilities.

This year we celebrate the 120th birthday of Dr Moshe Feldenkrais (1904-1984). With his immense body of invaluable work, he anticipated nearly all the current research on neuroplasticity by demonstrating that we can change, learn and develop across our entire life span.

The four workshops based around the theme of Transitions – Move through life more easily, will be held on the following dates:

Sat 27 April 12.45-2.45pm

Sun 12 May 1.30-3.30pm – International Feldenkrais Awareness Week (pay £10 or less)

Sat 18 May 12.45-2.45pm

Sat 1 June 10.30-12.30pm

Wear comfortable layered clothing. Please bring your own floor mat to lie on if you can (some mats will be provided if you do not bring yours).

£25 per session.

Special price – donation £10 or less for the session on Sunday 12 May.

For further details and to book your space, please go to, or contact Ana at

Eventbrite link: – – – TRANSITIONS – – – MOVE through life more EASILY – – – Tickets, Multiple Dates | Eventbrite

Everyone welcome. Join & Enjoy!


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