“Without your functional integration work on me, it would have been difficult to do the activities I love … like alpine skiing, tennis, x-country skiing and golf. We need more people like you out there to spread the good news of new methods of effective physical therapy.” – H.M. Stephenson, MD, FRCP (C)
About our Awareness Through Movement® Teachers:
Marion Harris, founder and director of the Feldenkrais® Centre in Toronto, is a Guild Certified Feldenkrais Practitioner®, a Certified Bones for Life® Trainer/Teacher and an authorized Sounder Sleep System® teacher.
One of the few practitioners to have trained directly with founder, Dr. Moshe Feldenkrais, Marion is nationally recognized and respected in Feldenkrais Method instruction.
Combining her warm, dynamic presence with her three plus decades of teaching experience (including 12 years as a yoga instructor), Marion coaxes the best from her students–helping them reduce muscular stress, recognize and change damaging or inefficient movement habits, and increase strength, flexibility and vitality–both in body and mind.
Marion says continued practice and teaching of the Feldenkrais Method make her appreciate its genius, and deepens her commitment to make Feldenkrais accessible to everyone.
For further information about private sessions or classes you can reach Marion at 416-970-7572.
Aarti Rana, M.D., is a Feldenkrais practitioner as well as a medical resident in the University of Toronto’s psychiatry program.
She experienced first-hand the remarkable benefits of Moshe Feldenkrais’s teachings after she broke her back in an accident as a teenager and used the Feldenkrais Method for rehabilitation. Aarti completed her training in 2012 from the Institute for Studies in Somatic Education in San Francisco.
Aarti’s research and clinical interests include chronic pain, functional neurological disorders, narrative medicine, and the teaching of the arts and social sciences in medicine.
To book a private appointment or for further information, you can reach Aarti at: