The Feldenkrais Method is based on principles of physics, biomechanics, and an empirical understanding of learning and human development. 

Awareness Through Movement (ATM) classes help you maintain or improve your mobility, vitality, and cognitive function, adding quality to life for young and old.

Awareness Through Movement (ATM) is one of the two forms of practice in the Feldenkrais® method. It involves verbally guided group classes where you perform gentle movements and pay attention to your sensations. 

ATM is usually done lying down, sitting, or standing, and are designed to improve your posture, vision, imagination, and personal awareness. The classes are suitable for people of all ages and abilities, and can help you learn how to move with more ease, efficiency, and enjoyment.

By expanding your perception and increasing awareness, you will become more aware of your habits and tensions and develop new ways of moving.

ATM classes have many benefits for your health and well-being. It may help you manage pain by helping you identify and change habitual movement patterns that are causing you discomfort or injury. 

ATM classes may help you  improve your balance  and reduce your risk of falling by enhancing your proprioception, coordination, and stability. 

*Proprioception is the sense of self-movement, force, and body position. It is also called kinesthesia. 

ATM classes may help you  recover from injuries or illnesses  by stimulating your nervous system and facilitating neuroplasticity, the ability of your brain to rewire itself.

ATM classes may help you  improve your performance  in arts, sports, or other activities by increasing your efficiency, flexibility, and creativity.

“We move according to our perceived self-image.” Moshe Feldenkrais