Sample a mini Feldenkrais audio lesson here:

Learn about the relationship of your neck and shoulders to your:

eyes
jaw
spine
ribs
pelvis
legs
feet
breath
posture
self-image
intention

In this program you will learn ways to:

  • Reduce tension, pain and stress
  • Increase flexibility, stability and comfort
  • Make changes in your environment to support upright posture
  • Improve the quality of your movement and your self awareness
  • Develop resilience through curiosity and experimentation
  • Care for yourself and listen to creative impulses
  • Bring ease into your daily life

The program will include:

  • 10 live online classes & recordings (45-60minutes)
  • 10 short practice recordings (10-15 minutes)
  • 1 private session with Tiffany live or virtually
  • Weekly emails to support integration of your learning (audio, video, words and images)
  • Community forum for dialogue and shared learning

Dates/ times/ location:

Thursdays in Somerville, MA:
April 13- June 1, 4-5pm

Fridays Online via Zoom:
April 14- June 2, 10-11am

Cost of program:

$330 for the 8 week program
$300 Early-bird by Dec 30
$270 Early-bird with a friend by Dec 30
Add-on Private in-person or virtual session with Tiffany for $90 (Valued at $125)

Our neck and shoulders are an entry point into sensing our whole selves in action. 

"Experiencing Feldenkrais with Tiffany has helped me understand that certain beliefs, habits and perspectives are no longer working for me and that change is possible. I don't have to do things the same way I've always done them and I don't have to be the same person I've always been. This has made a huge difference in my approach to my body, my work and my relationships, with myself and with others.” - Jennifer Recklet Tassi, Community Organizer

“One of my favorite quotes is from Feldenkrais: If you don’t know what you’re doing, you can’t do what you want.’ Tiffany’s teaching helps us to gently discover both what we are doing and what we truly want. I recommend them to anyone who wants more freedom to move, more self-compassion, and a healthier mind-body relationship.” –Zan Barry, health coach/ yoga instructor