The Feldenkrais Method was designed to enable us to access the brain’s ability to unlearn old, unhelpful habits, and replace them with new, better, more effective ways of moving and being. As we rediscover our innate human ability to act with less effort, and ever greater ease, our performance becomes ever more confident, charismatic and jo
Josephine Horder talks here about the method in this introductory video for young musicians.
Here you can see the effect of a Functional Integration lesson with a violinist.
A film made by Andrew Dawson for the UK Feldenkrais Guild
A short film explaining the benefits of the Feldenkrais Method and how it is taught
Maggy Burrowes teaching an Awareness Through Movement lesson
Nial O’Riordan working with Tom, flautist
Yeu Meng working with Rachel, pianist
Maggy Burrowes teaching a sitting ATM lesson to a group of musicians
Here is a video about Feldenkrais for musicians
Music performance and Feldenkrais
Canadian pianist and Feldenkrais Practitioner Alan Fraser integrates the method into his teaching. There are a few sample lessons, a blog, discussion page and some interesting articles. Some of his thoughts about the strength of the arch of the hand in playing the piano could be interesting for anyone using their hands to play an instrument.
Aliza Stewart originally trained as a concert pianist and is now a practitioner and trainer in the method
She has a website and blog, Feldenkrais for Musicians