Moti Nativ's Method


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August 31, 2020
Judo - the Art of Defense and Attack - materializing the Mental Image of the desired Act.
In this workshop we'll meet Moshe Feldenkrais at his next milestone - bringing his Judo to England and presenting his book Judo - the Art of Defense and Attack (1941).
Sep. 11 - 2020
Moshe’s Own Jiu-Jitsu,
The First Feldenkrais Method
“I found out that the old Jiu-Jitsu didn’t work. So, I set out of making Jiu-Jitsu of my own that will work” - Moshe Feldenkrais
Aug 2021
Power, Stability, Awareness: A Feldenkrais® Approach to Health
Develop your optimal physical and psychological potential, exploring the brilliance of the Feldenkrais Method® interwoven with concepts from the sciences and martial arts.
Fifty years on the path of Martial Arts led me to the concept of Warrior’s Awareness, which has been informed by my experience, combining concepts of the Feldenkrais Method and the teachings of Dr. Masaaki Hatsumi in Bujinkan Dojo. I researched the “Synergy of Martial Arts and the Feldenkrais Method”, learning much about Dr. Moshe Feldenkrais and understanding the influence of his 30 years as an active martial artist on the development of the FM. The research in not theoretical – over the last 15 years I taught 300 workshops, worldwide, enabling Practical experience of Acting in the changing environment. This is Feldenkrais in Practice.


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December 2013
The Paradox of Unstable Stability
Or Who the Hell Needs Balance?
Moshe Feldenkrais often refers to the unique stability of the Judo Master. He writes: "We are used to hear extolled the extreme “stability” of the Judo expert and it sounds somewhat paradoxical to find the word “unstable” used to describe his action.
On Better Judo
Better Judo is a series of five articles Dr. Feldenkrais wrote
for the Quarterly Bulletin of the Judo  Budokwai Club in London between January 1948 and January 1949.
 “A true secret is still a secret even when it is revealed to all״.
Warrior’s Awareness - The Martial Arts Roots of the Feldenkrais Method
In January, the FGNA Eastern Region sponsored a 3-day seminar that was a unique opportunity for Feldenkrais practitioners to learn skills from an acclaimed Martial Arts master, based on the teaching of Moshe Feldenkrais.