The International Feldenkrais Federation (IFF) is the coordinating organisation of most Feldenkrais Guilds and Associations and other key Feldenkrais professional organisations worldwide. The aim of the International Feldenkrais Federation is the development of the international Feldenkrais community, through promoting effective co-operation and communication in the spirit of the Feldenkrais Method.
The IFF was founded and incorporated in Paris in 1992. Decisions are made by the General Assembly, which meets in a different country each year. Business is executed by a Board of Directors and an administrative staff.
The Feldenkrais Method was developed by Dr. Moshe Feldenkrais (1904-1984): The Biography of Feldenkrais shows his diverse fields of study and hints to the sources of the genius of the Method he developed.
Dr. Moshe Feldenkrais wrote extensively. Some excerpts of his works that will stimulate your thought serve as an Introduction to the work.
The IFF has adopted Standards of Practice, which give a description of the applications of the method.
There are IFF member organisations throughout the world. Find links and a full address list.
The IFF promotes publication and research about the Feldenkrais Method. There is an extensive Bibliography of references to the Method.
For information about training programs to qualify as a Practitioner of the Feldenkrais Method, visit the following web sites:
If you have questions about the Feldenkrais Method or where to locate a Practitioner, please refer to the member organisation(s) in your area.