"MOVEMENT IS LIFE. LIFE IS A PROCESS. IMPROVE THE QUALITY OF THE PROCESS AND
YOU IMPROVE THE QUALITY OF LIFE ITSELF." – MOSHE FELDENKRAIS
 

Can you imagine moving without pain?
Want to become more connected to your body and feel more balanced?
Do you wish your massage, chiropractic, or physical therapy sessions were more effective?

Using small, gentle movements in group classes or private lessons, you and I can work together to find a pain-free, connected way of life that allows you to move with ease and comfort. Wonder if Feldenkrais would be a good fit for you? You're probably on this list: "Who I Work With".

You can book a lesson online, and find my current weekly class offerings and upcoming workshops around Seattle here.


Recent Blog Entries


Hurray for a delightful, un-pretzeling, stiff neck undoing, sciatica thwarting, Feldenkrais session with the lovely Rachel Hamstra! Pain management seems so much more attainable when someone shows you what your body is actually doing, rather than prescribe another pill.
— Maggie Baskin, preschool teacher
Deeply intuitive, Rachel spotted that I might benefit from a Feldenkrais lesson while I was teaching her dance class. I work as a dancer professionally, and have for over ten years. During our lesson, Rachel was incredibly generous with the information and treatment she provided. I had no experience with Feldenkrais up to that point, but Rachel’s work has really shifted my paradigm about the healing potential of the method. She seemed to know exactly what my body wanted and needed and, always with the highest standards of bodywork ethics, sought my consent to work together to great physical benefit on my part. I would highly recommend a session with Rachel, both for acute injury or for regular body maintenance.
— N.G., stepdance teacher and performer
Rachel’s Feldenkrais sessions never cease to amaze me. I walk in with a nondescript pain that appeared out of nowhere and she sits me down, has a little chat with my bones and muscles and then poof! It’s a million times better or even gone all together! And the whole time my brain is like “these little movements couldn’t possibly fix this big horrible pain!” Yeah, well brain, you’re wrong cause you’re not a bone whisperer like Rachel.
— Maggie, business consultant