MBS TRAINER; BOLZANO, ITALY
Margit completed a Feldenkrais Training in Lewes, GB in 1994. Since 2000, she continues to study with MBS Academy and qualified as an MBS Practitioner in 2005. Her background includes 20 years working as a physical education teacher, specializing in track and field. She currently runs a private MBS practice in Northern Italy where she specializes in working with children. She teaches MBS Group Classes in both German and Italian and offers personal Individual Lessons. Margit continues to work in schools with students and teachers. She also conducts seminars for physiotherapists, music teachers, and physical education teachers. Click here to learn more about Margit.
CHRIS VAN DER HOFF
MBS TRAINER; BEVERWIJK, NETHERLANDS
Chris graduated from MBS Academy in 2006. Since attending his first Feldenkrais workshop in 1989, he has been integrating the work into his profession: Posture and Movement Therapy (Oefentherapeut Cesar). He helps people with pain, stress, and breathing problems. By helping them become aware of what they are doing they are able to become aware of all the other possibilities which were previously outside of their awareness.
GUILD TEACHER; TEL AVIV, ISRAEL
The Feldenkrais method has accompanied me since I was a piano student at the Jerusalem Music and Dance Academy. In order to heal my dislocation of the elbow, I practiced ATM and got FIs from Rachel Elazar.
Graduated Yochanan’s Basic training in 2006.
Graduated Eilat Almagor 2007 – “CrossOver”
I live and work in Tel Aviv & teach Advanced trainings in Israel & Europe.
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MAX JACOB KLAMMERTH
MBS TRAINER; VIENNA, AUSTRIA
During his college years in Vienna, Max first came in contact with the work of Moshé Feldenkrais through his uncle, an early student of Mia Segal. He graduated from MBS Academy in 2017 and since then he has been assisting in the MBS trainings.
Max teaches group and individual classes in Vienna. Fascinated by the effects this work can have on one’s life, he wants to share the possibility of playfully exploring oneself.