Over the forty-odd years I’ve been a Feldenkrais Practitioner®, countless people have asked me to help them make a decision about training programs. You’ve probably been asked the same questions —
- What does it take to become a practitioner?
- How do I find information about training programs?
- What should I think about in choosing one?
- Which one do you think I should take?
When aspiring practitioners choose the program that fits them best, the Feldenkrais Method® has the best chance of becoming the “household word” we long for it to be.
So rather than being about specific programs, my advice boils down to asking yourself two questions—and they are so important that I wrote an e-book about them. If you are thinking about becoming a Feldenkrais Practitioner I hope you’ll read it—and if you know someone who is thinking about becoming a practitioner, I hope you’ll share this resource with them.
Click the book or share the link… http://bit.ly/FTPquestions
There is no opt-in for this e-book, no commitment on your part, other than to help someone you know who wants the best fit. It’s a big decision to take a training… I think it should be made with as much relevant information as possible.
Best wishes on your journey!
PS… if you’re a practitioner and you offer longer Feldenkrais® experiences—long workshops, immersion or retreats—thanks! Please leave a comment that includes your website address in the body of your comment so that people can get more information.
So many people need more extended exposure to our work and the more opportunities we present, the more we can help.