Due to the pandemic, all classes and private sessions are now being offered online through Zoom and are available to anyone worldwide. Visit my Work With Me page for more info, or contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Feldenkrais Method® uses gentle, exploratory movement to rewire the brain through organic learning, creating mindfulness and ease of movement in everyday activities. It can help you find vitality and freedom from pain, increase strength and flexibility, improve balance and mobility, and enhance creativity and thinking.
I work with musicians, seniors, people with pain, injuries, or physical/emotional trauma, and anyone looking to improve their quality of life.
Learn more about me, the Feldenkrais Method, and how you can work with me, or try out some of my free lesson recordings online!
Through Awareness Through Movement® lessons, we can...
Join me for weekly classes Wednesdays at 3pm eastern on Zoom. https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83748255973
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Alex Toenniges is a Guild Certified Feldenkrais® Practitioner, outdoor educator, bassoonist, and social/environmental change-maker based in southeast Michigan.
"[Alex] has helped me deal with some complicated physical issues and given me great insight into managing my neurological pain and working to regain my sensory perception and the use of my body."
As a classically-trained bassoonist, I specialize in working with musicians to help them improve their performance and prevent and recover from injury.
The Feldenkrais Method can help seniors to improve their movement, breathing, and sleep, allowing them to recover faster and stay independent longer.
Moving Forward with the Feldenkrais Method:
Flexibility, Balance, and Pain Relief for Seniors
“Feldenkrais has given me tools to not only have an understanding of my movements and body, but a philosophy which deals with an approach to life. I recovered from an injury entirely with the Feldenkrais Method and found it to be useful in all aspects of life. In relation to my viola playing, I believe that it has opened up my sound and has influenced the level of creativity. It helps to deal with great pressure that comes with performing which prevents injury.”
- Maiya Papach, St. Paul Chamber Orchestra