„Life is movement – without movement no life is possible!“

Dr. Moshé Feldenkrais

Ursula Brog

The joy of movement is my strongest motivation

I simply wanted and want to be able to move in a variety of ways, but without having to achieve anything. Competitions have never interested me, but playfulness and curiosity move me in the truest sense of the word.
I feel lucky to have encountered the Feldenkrais Method® and it has accompanied me in my life ever since.

But is that really so amazing? Not for me, because movement is a natural part of our lives.

And that is exactly why I would like to introduce this method to all interested people.


  • I am a certified Feldenkrais teacher since August 2021. I am also a certified member of the Swiss Feldenkrais Association and registered with the EMR .
  • I regularly attend advanced training courses and seminars with international trainers.
  • • 2017 to 2021 Training Zurich City under the direction of Angelica Feldmann (feldmannmoves.com) / Trainers: Angelica Feldmann (Zurich), Clarc Scott (London), Carol Kress (USA), Anne Candardjis (France), Christoph Habegger (Vienna), Beatriz Walterspiel (Germany), Thomas Farnbacher (Germany), Lior Pessach (Israel)
  • 2019 to 2021 Medical course at the Lindau School of Alternative Medicine, Germany
  • Since 2016 regular participation in intensive seminars and group lessons in awareness through movement.
  • Personal experience with the Feldenkrais Method since 2010

Bodywork & somatic training

  • 2023 to 2024 Sounder Sleep System with Janine Holenstein, Winterthur
  • 2022 Movement Studies, seminary with Amos Hetz, Zurich
  • 2015 to 2018 / 1991 pantomime classes, Céline Oehen, Basel / Clemens Lüthard, Bern,
  • 2013 to 2016 seminars, workshops und basic education as Clown, Clown school Yve-Stöcklin, Basel, David Shiner and Laura Herts, Tamala Clow school, Konstanz

My way to Feldenkrais

I first came across the Feldenkrais Method® by chance in 2010. I was desperately looking for relief for my ongoing tension and associated pain. I had been doing disciplined strength training for a long time and also yoga regularly, but these disciplines did not get to the root of the problem.

I will never forget the wow effect after the first lesson of Functional Integration. I had never felt so serene, relaxed and at the same time “centred”. And this sensation laid the foundation for my intimate relationship with this method and bodywork itself.