What you get:

  • Hundreds of carefully curated, studio-quality audio lessons, roughly 35-40 minutes each, all taught by me, not a mix of teachers.

  • Unique access to lessons that are rarely, if ever, available to the public.

  • Seven lessons to a set, designed so you can do one a day for seven days.

  • Regular updates with new content and special sequences to focus on each month.

  • Easy-to-use index.

  • Zoe's Tips and Tricks — 5 to 10-minute sequences to release tension.

  • Guidance (and smiles) with annotations and descriptions of every lesson.

  • Individual support with Movement Map online coaching—your first session is free!

  • A deep dive with over 20 years of my thoughtful, joyful teaching.

The beauty of Zoe’s work is that she creates the perfect environment for you to choose to transform yourself, and she does it exquisitely. She primes all her students to take hold of their own transformation.
— Kate, Golden, CO


As of June, 2019, the Treasury has 315 full lessons and 60 short tips and tricks!

Your rate never goes up as new content is added every month. Easy, no-risk subscriptions: Switch between plans any time, and cancel any plan, any time.

Uncover new patterns: $24.99 per month

A good plan if you’re just discovering Feldenkrais, or if you want to do a few months of intensive practice. You can always upgrade.

Deep dive: $129 for six months

Take a deep dive into new movement and unravel some old patterns. Caution: Discovering new possibilities can be life-changing!

Restore your life: $239 for twelve months

See big changes when novel patterns sink in over twelve months. As old habits drift away, you can feel taller, lighter, more powerful, and more at ease.

Is it for me? 

Regular Feldenkrais students enjoy better posture, breathing, and coordination as well as greater mental and physical flexibility.

You can have: 

  • An increased sense of relaxation and well-being

  • Relief from muscular tension and associated pain

  • Improved coordination and flexibility in everyday tasks

  • Reduced risk for injury

  • Enhanced personal growth and learning

  • Full and easy breathing, leading to calmer states of mind


What is Awareness Through Movement®?

Verbally guided lessons developed by Dr. Moshe Feldenkrais are called Awareness Through Movement. (Hands-on guidance, not offered here, is called Functional Integration.)

In an Awareness Through Movement lesson (ATM) you are directed through gentle, non-invasive movements that grow increasingly complex. At the same time, you are asked to pay attention to specific sensory feedback.

For example, you might observe the shape, angle, speed, and force of your movement, as well as muscle tone, breathing, and skeletal relationships. You will develop skills in:

Using nonjudgmental sensory feedback (deep listening without telling yourself off)

Sensing your whole self in every movement (filling in the blind spots of your self image)

Finding new strategies to free yourself from feeling stuck (training in being kind to yourself)

These skills create a balanced and resilient center. You can draw upon them throughout your life.

What is the Feldenkrais Method®?

The Feldenkrais Method provides tools for accessing our original freedom of movement.

Created by Dr. Moshe Feldenkrais after decades of immersion in Judo, physics, and the nature of human learning and development, this process of somatic education accesses the nervous system's innate ability to create new patterns and integrate them.

Learning is the most powerful aspect of being human. We can learn, over and over again, to choose vivid freedom, creativity, and spontaneity instead of react in conditioned ways. 

This method has helped thousands of people word-wide reclaim their ability to move and enjoy life. Only when we are aware of what we need to learn can we imagine letting go of conditioned tension.

Moshe Feldenkrais, Amherst, Massachusetts, 1981

Moshe Feldenkrais, Amherst, Massachusetts, 1981

The Feldenkrais Method is the most extraordinary way of enhancing human abilities I have encountered. Skilled practitioners are able to effect remarkable improvement in a wide range of neuromuscular conditions from cerebral palsy, brain injury, and stroke to back, neck, and shoulder pain. Yet the Feldenkrais method is not a therapy, but rather activates a way of learning that involves the brain and the entire self.
— Dr. Walter Witryol, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine