Moving via the wifi 

Rest    Replenish    Reboot

Feldenkrais unites parts of the self to organise for better everyday functionality.

During a class you’ll be guided through a sequence of movements that works like a physical riddle. There are no demonstrations. Some classes are in lying, some in sitting. Some classes will place the emphasis on using your imagination and sensing internal connections,

In Feldenkrais we move with awareness & rest often. Read more


Live Online Classes

Wednesday evening class, 6.30pm. Wednesday 10 November – Wednesday 8 December 2021.

Booking: Email Lou to book. You will be sent the Zoom link to join the class. lou(at)loucoleman.org

Price: five week block of classes: £50. Drop in £11 per class

Access: The class will be taught through verbal instructions, unfortunately BSL interpretation is not available. Some movements in classes can be translated to a sitting or lying position. If you’re interested in knowing more about access, email Lou and we’ll start a conversation.


In person Functional Integration

Individual hands-on sessions. Individual appointments are tailor-made to work with a specific situation with a focus towards improving everyday movement and functionality. Moving better helps reduce pain, improves posture & can positive influence on daily life.

Location: Yoga Point, Brixton, SW2 1AP

Price: £75 per appointment.

Booking: Friday afternoon, weekend & Monday morning availability. Email Lou to enquiry & book

Who: Adults & children.


Access

Finances can be tight & the last year may have impacted on lives in unexpected ways. Feeling connected to ourselves is important especially at times of uncertainty so, if finance is a genuine barrier please contact Lou.

In person Functional Integration take place upstairs at the Yoga Point. There are 13 steps and no lift. There is level access into the studio, with an accessible toilet. Buggies can be left downstairs in the changing room.


Movement My First Language: Autumn-Winter 2021 dates to come

“I feel deeply touched by these two days. I have had many of my questions answered and have new approaches to try. I’ve experienced a lot.” Parent, Sydney Workshop 

The ethos of the programme is to be a space to learn more about the body and brain working together by learning through movement. Movement as a sensory, body orientated approach is a key element of life, which many other elements of life grow from – a clearer sense of self, making self informed choices and being more independent, are just three examples.

The workshop is suitable for parents, carers, family members, educational staff and medical professionals living and working with children who have neurological movement conditions, undiagnosed conditions linked with global development delay, or who are diagnosed on the autistic spectrum.

“Experiencing my movement patterns has helped me understand the important elements of the sequence of moving. Looking for the milli-stones before milestone” Children’s Physiotherapist, Melbourne workshop. 

A four-week interactive workshop, meeting online once a week. 

More information and booking: https://movementmyfirstlanguage.com/workshops/ 

Movement My First Language is co-taught by Jenni Evans (Assistant Trainer based in Australia), Vesna Puric (Experienced Practitioner based in Belgium) & Lou Coleman ( Experienced Practitioner based in the UK)