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Awareness Through Movement® workshops for Public and Practitioners
In 'Feldenkrais Intensives' workshops, experienced Feldenkrais teachers will take you through a series of four lessons per day. Having these lessons back-to-back minimises the re-emergence of old habits and multiplies many-fold the power of the learning. These events are organised on behalf of the NZ Feldenkrais Guild.
- Who? Anyone who wants to learn to move with greater ease, balance, control and/or power, for everyday activities or for sports, dance, martial arts, music…
- What? Not only the multiple lessons, but a chance to explore the Feldenkrais Method, feel its benefits, and meet liked-minded people
- Bring? Bring an open mind and a willingness to learn. Wear everyday clothes, preferably loose
FIW21: Feldenkrais Intensive Wellington, 17-19 April 2021
Our sixth annual and very popular three-day, 12-lesson event held each April (apart from 2020's lockdown, of course): see our flyer
- When? Three days Saturday 17th to Monday 19th April 2021, 10am to 4:30pm daily
- Where? Te Whaea: National Dance & Drama Centre, 11 Hutchison Road, Newtown, Wellington 6021 (map)
- Cost? $240 for the three days, or $180 ‘very earlybird’ payable before 14 February 2021
Please note that we have brought forward the early-bird registration date for FIW this year, just to confirm early that we have enough participants in these COVID times to make the event viable. To register contact Conrad at firstname.lastname@example.org or 021 843 467
This year's teachers are:
A previous FIW participant's summary:
"Day 1 - What am I doing here? This is crazy, we aren't doing anything. It is all so light and airy"
"Day 2 - Something is happening - home to sleep 10.5 hours"
"Day 3 - Transforming: I feel lighter - the floor is softer - I have grown 2 inches in posture and brain is open"
We will only hold FIW21 under Alert Level 1, and there will be a full refund if you have paid and closer to the time it is cancelled because Wellington has moved to a higher Covid-19 Alert Level.
The above events are open to the public. For practitioner events such as Advanced Trainings see here.