Frequently Asked Questions About Feldenkrais Training Programmes

Life throws many things at us to negotiate over 4 years so Feldenkrais trainings take this into account. There are many options…

What if I can’t start in January?

We obviously encourage everyone to start as close to the beginning of the training as possible but life is not always as accommodating! Missed time will need to be made up (see below) but people may join the training up until Segment 2 (31st March 2014).

What if I miss a day? What if I need to miss a segment?

The Educational Director (Julie Peck) is responsible for ensuring the continuity of the trainees’ learning and how participants make up any missed time is always decided in consultation with the ED but as a general rule:

  • The sessions are recorded so you will have access to CDs and DVDs of missed days.
  • One or two ‘make up’ segments (5 days) are usually offered in the first 6 - 9 months of the training and always after the last segment so that people can catch up. Although this is dependent upon numbers, they usually occur.

What if I am unsure about making the commitment to the whole programme?

You are very welcome to attend the first one or two segments and make up your mind as you go… The application process is the same (see course brochure and application form).

Can I do the training out of personal interest and without the intention of becoming a practitioner?

Yes – many people do Feldenkrais trainings for this reason. We have also opened segment 1 (6th - 24th January 2014) to those who would like not to do the whole training programme but would like an experienced of being immersed in the Method for three weeks.

And … having said that… sometimes those who choose to do the training for personal learning change their minds at the end of the training and decide to teach group classes or see people privately or both. The path is open…

More questions?

Contact Administrative Director Sara Elderfield on or phone 0415 363 313.

Or come along to the next study and information evening … 

What is the Feldenkrais Method?

Free class with Feldenkrais Trainer and physiotherapist, Julie Peck  
These sessions run periodically through the year and are open to anyone who would like to find out more about the Feldenkrais Method generally and experience an Awareness Through Movement (ATM) lesson. Each evening introduces and elaborates a different principle of the Feldenkrais Method and includes an opportunity to explore that topic through a short movement lesson (ATM) and ask questions. 

Date: Thursday 11th September 2014

Venue: Yoga Moves Studio, 45 Evans Street, Shenton Park

Time: 7.30pm – 9.30pm

Bookings: These sessions are very popular and bookings are required. To book a place please email Sara Elderfield or phone 0415 363 313.

There is no cost.

What to wear and bring: Please wear loose, comfortable clothing you can easily move and breathe in. The Yoga Moves studio is fully equipped with mats to lie on however please bring two towels with you. You may like to bring a notebook and pen with you.

Information evenings for Allied Health Professionals with Perth 3 FPPT Director Julie Peck, Certified Feldenkrais Trainer (CFT), B.App.Sc.(Physio)

These sessions are open to physiotherapists, osteopaths, exercise physiologists and other Allied Health Professionals who would like to find out more about the Feldenkrais Method generally and/or the Perth 3 Feldenkrais Practitioner Training Programme. Each evening will introduce and elaborate a different principle of the Feldenkrais Method, include an opportunity to explore that topic through a short movement lesson (ATM), and some ‘hands-on’ work that will be able to be applied in their clinical practice. It will also give participants the opportunity to meet the Perth 3 Training Educators and ask questions. Any or all of the sessions may be attended.

Julie Peck, B.App.Sc. (Physio), CFT

Julie is a highly respected Feldenkrais practitioner and international trainer. She has presented at trainings in Australasia, Europe and USA, as well as at conferences and workshops. Julie is the Educational Director for the upcoming Perth Feldenkrais Professional Training. Julie’s gift of creating a bridge between theory, from the biological sciences and education, and its practical application in an individual’s life have made her a sought after teacher and practitioner.

Thursday 9th May:  ‘Improving Awareness and Function of the Pelvic Floor Using the Feldenkrais Method’ (details below)

Thursday 8th August: ‘Improving Functional Stability Using the Feldenkrais Method - learning to move easily in any direction’ (details below)

Thursday 20th March: topic TBA

Time: 7.30pm – 9.30pm

Venue: Yoga Moves Studio, 45 Evans Street, Shenton Park

Cost: $40

Payment can be made by direct transfer or cheque. Cheque payments should be made payable to ‘Yoga Moves’, PO Box 7191.

For direct transfer please email  with details when you have paid.

Institution: Commonwealth Bank of Australia, Subiaco
Account Name: Yoga Moves   BSB: 066 125  
Account Number: 10371773

Bookings: To book a place for one of these evenings or a public workshop please email Sara Elderfield at or phone 0415 363 313.