who is it for?
who is?

Dancers (like athletes, acrobats, etc.) are used to strenuous training. Learning consists almost exclusively of visually grasping sequences of movements as quickly as possible and imitating them. Every dance technique has its own rules for forming the body and its own prescriptions and prohibitions, placing the highest demands on the body.

The Feldenkrais Method is ideally suited for becoming as closely acquainted as possible with the body and its capabilities and how these can be expanded not through exertion and injury, but instead with a minimum of effort and a maximum of efficiency, economy and lightness. If you have a feeling for where the shoulders rest, then it is not necessary to place them with will power and muscular exertion. If the chest/pelvis/head are upright because no muscles are pulling them in a different direction, because the skeleton supports itself, then the muscles are free to move. For muscles are there for movement and not for posture. If something feels strenuous, then it is often because mutually counteractive muscle activities are at work – which means that one works against oneself. This can easily lead to injury when using a high measure of strength.

The Feldenkrais Method offers an opportunity to be able to concentrate on oneself in peace and quiet, and makes it possible to experience that much is easier, if one takes time to try out and learn sequences of movement, remaining where it is pleasant. Great achievements are possible, when the force of the direction of movement is appropriately employed, together with cultivating and drawing on individual potential and a healthy body.