Angel Di Benedetto
Angel is an internationally recognized Feldenkrais trainer originally from Manhattan, NY. She began her studies with Dr. Feldenkrais in 1980. Through the Feldenkrais Method®, her teaching focuses on developing creativity to enhance artistic expression, self-confidence, personal awareness, and one's quality of life. While maintaining a private practice in the Seattle area, she has devoted much of her time forming new Feldenkrais Practitioners in numerous training in the U.S.A., Canada, Europe, Israel, New Zealand and Australia. In addition to teaching, she is the co organizer and the Educational Director of the Seattle Eastside Feldenkrais Teacher Training programs.
With an extensive background in music performance, education, and rehabilitation, Richard has been doing considerable teaching in multidisciplinary clinics, professional training programs and private seminars internationally, contributing his unique understanding of the method in the related fields of personal development, health and the performing arts. In addition to teaching, he is the co-organizer and the Administrative Director of the Seattle Eastside Feldenkrais Teacher Training programs.
Katrin began her studies with Moshe Feldenkrais in 1980 and has had a continuous Feldenkrais® practice in Santa Fe, NM since then. Katrin was on the faculty at the College of Santa Fe for 17 years, teaching applied movement in the theater, dance, music and physical education departments. Her interest in practical applications of the Feldenkrais Method® has led her to develop and teach workshops and classes for a wide variety of groups, including athletes, actors, the disabled, therapists, the elderly, and the general public. She also teaches advanced trainings for Practitioners and mentors local Practitioners. As a trainer, Katrin teaches in professional training programs in the US, South America, Canada, Asia and Europe.
With a background in Theatre, Arlyn began studying the Feldenkrais Method in 1977 and graduated from the 1983 Amherst Training. She has maintained an active private practice since then, working with infants, children and adults. She has also taught in schools, clinics and hospitals, and has led special seminars for physical and occupational therapists on clinical applications of the Feldenkrais Method for orthopedic and neurological difficulties. Arlyn became an Assistant Trainer of the Method in 1988 and a Trainer in 1994. She has taught extensively in the US , Europe and Australia in more than 50 training programs. She also teaches advanced seminars for Feldenkrais Practitioners.