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Juliano’s lessons offer his in-depth experience drawn from various artistic and somatic education approaches including Yoga, Martial Arts, Seitai-ho, music, dance and Dr. Feldenkrais’s philosophy of movement and learning, for application to everyday living. 

Each class is focused upon:

·       Improving quality of movement, therefore quality of life

·       Increasing attunement to oneself and the environment

·       Developing understanding of the skeleton as basis for effective movement

·       Applying your physical and mental capacity for ongoing improvement and exponential learning

·       Re-programing habits of thinking by changing patterns of movement

·       Learning to use non-habitual patterns, enabling you to use your untapped resources

·       Using your brain in a regenerative and ever-learning mode.     

Continue reading for more information on our current offerings. In case you have any questions, don't hesitate to contact us. 

Student's Testimonials 

- Robin Pringle – Artist and Educator, M.Ed. degree from Harvard Graduate School of Education – Boston, US

“I turned to Feldenkrais work as a pathway to healing the neurological damage and chronic pain of advanced Lyme disease. The exploration of learning through mind-body connections held promise for further recovery from cognitive and physical impairments. When I came to Juliano for lessons I began to make progress in a very focused way. After many years of illness I also sought to restore some joy to my life – I love to move! Juliano is an excellent teacher – his unique in-depth knowledge of many movement modalities, including Feldenkrais and Seitai, combined with his experience as a dancer have allowed me to pursue both goals, and integrate a therapeutic process with creative growth. His encouragement of exploration and discovery extend the value of the work far beyond routine exercise.

Within a short period of time I noticed many changes in my ease and range of movement – bending, reaching, kneeling, turning my head – that made everyday work less effortful and more fun. Over the past 8 months I have been able to return to activities I had not been able to do for some years – long walks, riding a bicycle – without pain. The work has also opened the door to new creative horizons with dance. Juliano’s patient yet disciplined teaching, building practices of self-awareness and mind-body connections through movement education, has had more wide-reaching effects as well, supporting processes of decision-making and design I engage with as I rebuild my work and life with a commitment to wellbeing.

I highly recommend Juliano’s teaching for anyone interested in movement as a foundation for wellness and healing, for building creative processes, and for reaching potential. His breadth of knowledge and experience brings uniquely flexible and creative depth to movement education. It is a joy to learn with him!”


- Mike Block, Grammy Award-Winning Cellist, Singer, Composer, and Educator – Boston, US

“Juliano Vendemiatti has been an informative, caring, and sensitive guide into the practice of Feldenkrais. As a musician, building body awareness and coordination is always valuable in the development of our technique, so that we can become more free to be expressive and connect with our audience. Juliano's regular group sessions at Global Musician Workshop were a welcome relief amidst a long day of rehearsals, enabling participants to check in with their bodies and rest. Juliano created a meaningful space for a diverse group of people to connect with each other during class, sharing experiences and discussion around the application of Feldenkrais. I enjoyed the experience so much, and was inspired to learn more, so I followed up with some individual sessions. I would highly recommend Juliano to anyone interested in learning how to benefit from the Feldenkrais Method."

- Roland  Spijkenisse, Netherlands

“I really enjoyed Juliano’s workshop. Afterwards it felt like I was a child learning and playing and exploring my own body. It was a new experience and I enjoyed it a lot.”

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