Feldenkrais lines up my limbs and brings me into balance.
Feldenkrais is fun. We discover completely “new” muscles in the process.
Ursula is a very sensitive Feldenkrais teacher. Always lovingly letting go, without pressure, it is very pleasant. Feldenkrais helps me that my sciatic nerve pain is getting weaker. I am grateful for that.
My back and neck tensions are significantly reduced by the regular Feldenkrais lessons. The lessons are stimulating and relaxing at the same time. Feldenkrais gives me a better feeling for my body. I get to know my body more consciously and I feel better.
Under the expert guidance of Ursula, I have been taking Feldenkrais group classes since 2020. It never ceases to amaze me how relaxing (among other things) these various gentle movements are. For this reason alone I can highly recommend Feldenkrais.
Ursula lives and loves the Feldenkrais method and is fully attentive to the participants. The lessons with her are enriching and relaxing at the same time.
The very versatile Feldenkrais lessons are very well led by Ursula. You can feel her joy in teaching this exciting method. Feldenkrais brings about amazing changes in the body with small and subtle movements.
I was fascinated how fine and light a stretch can be in order to perceive an intensely perceptible change in the body. I felt supported by Ursula’s mindful and clear touch to come into a new alignment. After the lesson I felt complete and revitalised.
Feldenkrais helps me to find my centre and release tension. The lessons are calm and without pressure to succeed. With the lessons often taking place lying on the floor, the spine can relieve itself and I am more upright afterwards. That feels good. In addition, the body or the whole system is trained and mobility is promoted. For me Feldenkrais is also very relaxing because I can concentrate only on my body for a lesson.
From my experiences so far I can say that through the Feldenkrais lessons I have found a new access to my body in movement. During the movement sequences, I am amazed at how the individual joints are connected and how so much can be triggered by the smallest changes in movement! This awareness, the discovery of other possibilities helps me with my blockages, e.g. in my cervical spine: instead of just turning my head to the side with difficulty and pain, I have learned to use my shoulder and hip joints as well as my feet by applying light pressure. Sometimes unfamiliar movements hurt me when I practise. Surprisingly, I don’t feel any pain afterwards or the next day.