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Feldenkrais® Research Journals and Resources

Disclaimer: please read. Feldenkrais Toronto West has provided resource information, through website links, on the Feldenkrais Method®. The information contained within this website, includes summaries and abstracts and is not to replace medical advice and medical treatment. The information is for educational purposes only. The resource links, summary/abstract descriptions and information listed on this website, uses wording obtained directly from the publication, and may not necessarily be comprehensive. As such, any information acquired from this website and resource links should be used in conjunction with other available resources and with the advice of healthcare professionals. This website and its content are provided on an “as is” basis. Feldenkrais Toronto West makes no representations about the accuracy, reliability, completeness, up-to-date information, or timeliness of any of the resource links listed nor of their summary descriptions. These resource links to websites/articles/documents are provided as a resource for your own personal educational purposes only. These resource links do not necessarily represent the opinions of the owner of this website - Feldenkrais Toronto West. The names of research/document authors, and Feldenkrais® trainers and practitioners and their studios, are provided solely as a database of available resources.  Their inclusion on this website should not, in any way, be construed as a referral or confirmation of professional credentials.  For articles/documents in a different language Google Translate offers translation.  As with all internet connections, one should be protected by an effective antivirus program.  As websites are constantly undergoing revisions, this website and Feldenkrais Toronto West accepts no responsibility for these website links and cannot provide any assurance that future website changes may include some issues or problems. Please ensure that your computer is always protected with an effective antivirus program.

International Feldenkrais Federation (IFF) Research Journals

Currently 5 Volumes of Journals containing Feldenkrais articles

The International Feldenkrais Federation (IFF) is the coordinating organization of Feldenkrais Guilds and Associations and other key Feldenkrais professional organizations worldwide. The IFF provides forums for the international community to meet and develop through constructive dialogue.

The IFF reference database 

Maintained as an open-access Zotero group library. Zotero is a free, open-source research tool. The content is freely visible and searchable for all audiences.

The Feldenkrais Journal

The Feldenkrais Guild of North America

For 29 issues, The Feldenkrais Journal has continued to publish ...  writing that probes the depths of what the Feldenkrais Method is and explores how its small movements can radically--almost magically--improve an individual's life. If you want to immerse yourself in the mystery of human potential, immerse yourself in this issue of The Journal.

Research Bibliography

The Feldenkrais Guild of North America


A publication of the Feldenkrais Educational Foundation of North America

The Feldenkrais Guild of North America

The Feldenkrais® Educational Foundation of North America (FEFNA) is a nonprofit, tax-exempt organization* dedicated to promoting understanding of the Feldenkrais Method. We accomplish this goal by supporting innovative research about the Feldenkrais Method and by publishing SenseAbility a quarterly newsletter of the Feldenkrais Method®.

Feldenkrais Forum​

FVD Feldenkrais Verband Deutschland e.V. (Germany)

The association publishes its own magazine, the Feldenkrais forum . Designed by 2010 as a mere member magazine, the Feldenkrais forum can be subscribed to since 2011 by non-members. The journal is published four times a year.

Movement Educators Rocky Mountain 1 FPTP Synopsis

The Movement Educators Rocky Mountain 1 (RM1) Feldenkrais® Professional Training Program began Monday, February 6th, 2006 and finished Friday, November 20th 2009. The Educational Director was the late Dennis Leri (1945–2016). The training schedule was 16 two-week segments, held in February, May, August, and November of each year. The training was held at the Denver Turnverein in Denver,Colorado.

Training staff:   Educational Director: Dennis Leri   Continuity Trainer: Diana Razumny   Organizer: Efrem Razumny

Trainers: Dennis Leri, Diana Razumny, Katrin Smithback, Yvan Joly, Donna Blank, Alan Questel.

The material here is intended to support the recollections, development, and ongoing practice of the RM1 trainees. Other readers will ideally have personal experience in the Feldenkrais Method®training process, as the information and references here often have additional significance, meanings, nuance, or implications in a Feldenkrais Method® context.   Note: If you use the Find button (left hand side under the 3 dots) you can search for items. 

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