About Einat


I started my journey as a pianist, cultivating fine expression skills through piano studies at the Thelma Yellin High School of Arts. It was at the same High School that I was introduced to the Feldenkrais method, which was integrated into the gym program. This method immediately sparked my interest in this transformative approach.

In my 20s, I reencountered the Feldenkrais method at the Dance Academy in Jerusalem, becoming a part of my artistic landscape. During my studies, I specialized in movement notation Eshkol-Wachman and used it to analyze movement and choreography. Simultaneously, I explored various body-mind methods, including Iyengar Yoga, Tai Chi, and Martial Dance.

Music and playing an instrument, on the one hand, and the movement notation, on the other, sharpened my sensitivity to the expressive aspects related to human bodily behavior, such as the musicality and rhythm of the gesture, the orchestration of the human body, dismantling the movement into its parts, and the construction of movement throughout scores.

During my 4th year of studies in the Dance Academy, I delved into Feldenkrais teachers’ training under the guidance of Dr. Eilat Almagor and Anat Baniel. This pivotal experience, which lasted four years, shaped my trajectory in movement education.

Post-training, I established myself as a Feldenkrais practitioner in Israel, offering individual and group sessions in diverse settings. My involvement in the health sector, particularly at Clalit Health Centers, provided me with extensive experience in the art of Functional Integration sessions, engaging with clients spanning a broad spectrum of ages and interests.

Choosing the path of adventure with my family, I embarked on a new chapter by immigrating to Catalunya. The shift to a different culture heightened my sensitivity to behavioral nuances, deepening my comprehension of human interaction.

My belief in the transformative power of the Feldenkrais method led me to use it as a tool for acquiring new skills, taking on leadership roles in projects centered around the method’s principles (see projects)

My journey as a Feldenkrais practitioner continues to unfold, shaping my path of exploration and growth. Currently, I offer Functional Integration (FI) sessions at my studio, Momentum, located in Barcelona, as well as in Mediona and Igualada. At the heart of my practice, I extend my expertise by engaging in Awareness Through Movement (ATM) classes in Vilafranca and Barcelona. Beyond these, I channel my influence into improvisation based on the Feldenkrais method in St. Pere de Riudebitlles.

In addition to my teaching commitments, I actively contribute to the growth of the Feldenkrais community. I take on the role of a supervisor for Feldenkrais practitioners, guiding and supporting them on their journeys. Moreover, my dedication extends to participating in the Feldenkrais teacher training program led by Dr. Eilat Almagor in Israel.

Parallel to my work in the Feldenkrais method, I enrich my personal and professional journey through meditation, Chi Kung, and Kung Fu. These disciplines further deepen my understanding of movement, mindfulness, and the interconnectedness of body and mind.

My story is all about exploring, learning, and staying dedicated to the power of movement and education. As I grow in my Feldenkrais practice and holistic well-being, I’m not just focused on my growth. I’m committed to sharing what I know to help others and build stronger communities. It’s a journey of self-discovery, and helping others grow through mindful movement and education is a continuous cycle of personal and collective development.