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Mentoring for Practitioners with Andrew Gibbons

About the Mentoring Program


$850 before Nov 19, $950 thereafter. 


2016 Dec 10-11
2017 Jan 14-15, Feb 18-19, Mar 11-12, Apr 22-23


Saturday: 3:00 pm — 6:30 pm
Sunday: 11:00 am — 5:00 pm


What Clients are Saying

"After just a few lessons, I improved with astonishing rapidity. His clear touch; deep understanding of anatomy and function; and good-humored encouragement made feel that anything was possible." 
—Madeline Rogers, GCFP

"Under Andrew’s expertise, I no longer have chronic pain and I avoided corrective surgery.  I have regained walking stamina and a more normal life. Andrew is keen in his assessments and phenomenally accurate with his touch.  He is patient and kind and invests himself deeply in the learning process."
—Margaret Lawson, GCFP

"Studying Feldenkrais with Andrew is proving to be a life changing experience."
—Phyllis Kaplan, M.D.

"Thanks to Andrew I have enjoyed five international bike vacations and a trek in Bhutan...Not only has Andrew helped me enjoy a much more active life, but he’s also restored my optimism."
—Susan Hibberd

"Working with Andrew, I am amazed at the shifts I’ve made in the quality of my movement and posture."
—Sheila Mulrennan

"Andrew showed me the Feldenkrais approach of learning better ways of moving...I was able to resume normal use of my left ankle. No surgery."

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Books I'm Reading: 

The Brain's Way of Healing:  Remarkable Discoveries and Recoveries from the Frontiers of Neuroplasticity 
by Norman Doidge, M.D. 

This groundbreaking book contains two chapters (over 65 pages) devoted to the Feldenkrais Method.  Currently the #1 best seller in Amazon's neuroscience category!


Moshe Feldenkrais:
A Life in Movement, Vol. 1

by Mark Reese.

"Genius, of the magnitude possessed by Moshe Feldenkrais defies categorization...Now, finally, the great integrative genius and master of turning scientific insights into practical ways to help people has found, in Mark Reese, the biographer he deserves."
—Norman Doidge, M.D., author