Awareness Through Movement - weekly Feldenkrais classes
The Feldenkrais Institut Wien has three terms annually: autumn, winter and spring. Each course usually includes 8 to 11 weekly classes, depending on public holidays. The classes always take place on the same weekday at the same time. The classes are taught in German.
The new term starts on Tuesday, October 5 and ends on Thursday, December 16, 2021. The classes cover 9 and 10 weekly units and last for 75 minutes. Previous experience is not necessary. Enrolment is possible at any time.
If you have never been to a class, you are welcome to come for one free trial lesson. Contact the teacher for the day/time of your choice.
To register send an e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Feldenkrais Institut Wien follows the governmental COVID-regulations at all times. These regulations are currently continuously changing, for more information and questions about the current hygiene measures please contact the teacher anytime!
At the entrance of Feldenkrais Institut Wien, we offer hand sanitizer and a contactless thermometer. In the big hall, the air is constantly changed, either through the open windows or by our potent ventilation system. All relevant surfaces are sanitized regularly (tables, paddings, door handles, light switches, water taps etc.).
Please register directly with the teacher of your class:
There is a variety of course cards availabe (Download overview).
Please choose the one that suits you best, get your card/pass directly from your teacher and pay them in cash.
The Feldenkrais Institute is 5 walking minutes from the underground station U2 Taborstraße
– so it can be reached comfortably from any location along the U2 (violet line) in Vienna within 20 minutes. You can download a map and route description (PDF).
What to wear
For your Feldenkrais lessons it makes sense to wear clothes that allow you to move freely.You can use our changing rooms at the institute, but you don't have to wear anything special - as long as it doesn't inhibit your movements. It's a good idea to wear socks and please bring something (scarf, blanket, towel) to help maintain the hygiene of the mat you will be using here. Thank you!