Julia Grover, OTR/LCHT, Tucson, AZ,
Student in Movement Educators' Feldenkrais Training Programs
Santa Fe is a unique place to experience your training process while enjoying the art and culture of the southwest. Most of the staff are local and have connections in the local community. The staff have also known each other and worked with each other in many settings over the last 2 decades. We work to present a consistent and safe environment for learning and stay connected to all our students throughout the 4-year process.
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Santa Fe 5 Training Format & Dates
The four-year program will commence April 2, 2012 and end on November 13, 2015. The training consists of a 2-week segment in the Spring, a 4-week segment in the Summer and a 2-week segment in the Fall, each of the 4 years. Twenty-five training hours will be presented during each week. Total training will be a minimum of 800 hours.
Santa Fe 5 Training Logistics & Application Form
Information about cost, registration, location and housing. Please complete contact form (Contact Us) and/or download and complete application form.
Santa Fe 5 Training Content and Process
Feldenkrais trainings have been developing and growing their content and process over the last 20 years. We are proud to introduce new ideas and concepts in each training and would like to share with you the outline of the content of the 4 years, as well as some of the specific learning strategies and processes involved in the training.
Santa Fe 5 Training Faculty and Staff
Our training faculty is exceptional in experience and skill. Our trainers have 15 years or more of experience in their practice and in training roles. Together, they have led Feldenkrais professional training programs in some 10 countries. The training staff may also include Assistant trainers, who have been selected for their human and professional qualities.
I've heard from many colleagues about their experiences in other trainings, and I feel all the more grateful to have been a part of one organized by the Razumnys. The emphasis on group process, the quality of teaching, the sheer amount and quality of support materials we received throughout the training are unprecedented. I feel deeply fortunate to have had the experience of the training, and to be continuously enjoying its fruits in my day to day life even now."
Erin Geesaman Rabke, Yoga teacher, Salt Lake City, UT
Graduate of Santa Fe 3 training program