The Feldenkrais Research Journal focuses on research into the Feldenkrais Method® and related fields of practice, thought, research, action, and awareness. This peer reviewed Journal seeks to engage in a dialogue about research within the Feldenkrais professional field and beyond.
Volume 6 offers a critical forum for scholarship, articulation and evaluation of creative practices and pedagogies which are informed by the Feldenkrais Method.
Photo © Patrick Beelaert. From workshop: Thomas Kampe 'The Art of Making Choices: Feldenkrais Method® and Improvisation', Germany 2015. Dancers: Loby Lam & Petra Stransky
Volume 5 reflects many of the tendencies and directions emerging as part of the Feldenkrais research dialogue over the last eight years.
Photo © International Feldenkrais® Federation Archive, Robert Golden
Who do we write case studies for? Who do we want submitting articles to the journal? What makes a good case study?
Articles from Volume 4 are available at http://iffresearchjournal.org/volume/4. They will be moved to this website soon.
Photo © International Feldenkrais® Federation Archive, Bob Knighton
Each article in this volume represents a different idea about how to do research about the Feldenkrais Method.
Articles from Volume 3 are available at http://iffresearchjournal.org/volume/3. They will be moved to this website soon.
“Choosing the path of least resistance”. Does this sound like a familiar strategy to you?
Articles from Volume 2 are available at http://iffresearchjournal.org/volume/2. They will be moved to this website soon.
Embracing the question of research has much to offer us.
Articles from Volume 1 are available at http://iffresearchjournal.org/volume/1. They will be moved to this website soon.
Photo © International Feldenkrais® Federation