Awareness through Movement® classes

City: International

Venue: Online. Contact Barbara for Zoom link which changes at the beginning of each month.

Date: 2021 Ongoing Monday-Thursday

Time: Monday&Wednesday 10am South African time (GMT+2) Tuesday&Thursday 5.30pm South African time (GMT +2)


Monthly Fees:

1 class/recording per week R500 / £40

2 classes/recordings per week R800 / £65

3-4 classes/recordings per week R1150 / £90

The SA Rand rate is for residents in Southern Africa, the £ rate is for the rest of the world.

Occasional Drop-Ins
R130 / £12

Trial class:
FREE, but needs to be booked via email. Newcomers are welcome and can start any time, paying a proportion of the monthly fee.


Feldenkrais South Africa has been successfully on-line since March  2020 with creative daily classes, providing an unprecedented opportunity for frequent practice, self-care, learning, and stress relief. " I regard your class as a lifesaver on a number of levels. Thank you from the depth of my being”. Mary S.  "We so look forward to your classes each day”. Liz D. "This is invaluable work and very rewarding..empowering us”. Simone B Physiotherapist.  

In Feldenkrais classes  following the teacher’s voice with clear cues is the key,  rather than copying movement, which makes the on-line format ideal. It is more like listening to a good radio broadcast,  than watching tv, making classes very restful and easy to follow.  You are guided into your sensation and own experience, learning from the inside out, rather than copying the teacher. Moreover, it makes Feldenkrais accessible to people living all over South Africa, as well as Europe, who cannot get to a specialized studio in Cape Town. The benefits, even over a screen,  include feeling more relaxed, alive, taller, supple, and agile, with a reduction of pain and limitations.

Feldenkrais Method

Feldenkrais® is one of the finest methods available to improve human movement and help  people overcome pain or restrictions. It teaches self-awareness and more efficient use of the self.

It gives:

  • Flexibility and mobility
  • Decrease in pain levels
  • Improved co-ordination, balance and breathing
  • Stress and tension reduction
  • Understanding of  how postural habits contribute to pain
  • Maintaining of  health and mobility with ageing
  • Injury prevention and rehabilitation
  • Help with back pain
  • Improvement of skills in sports and the arts
  • Pleasure and freedom of movement
  • A feeling of well-being, calm and clarity