Training Course — March 2014 to November 2018

Barcelona International 1

If one were to ask what is the most exciting destination in Spain, Europe or even in the whole world the answer one would often hear is – Barcelona!

And for good reasons! Barcelona has a lot to offer: arts and music, excellent and diverse food and restaurants, beach-life and mountains for outdoor activities… you name it, Barcelona has got it! It is also very well connected. The city is easy to reach with direct flights and train connections from almost anywhere in Europe.

To make things even better, our training location is right on the beach in the Barceloneta neighborhood called. Being right on the sea makes it easy to take long walks on the sand or to take a swim before or after classes. Not only that, but one can breathe the salty air of the Mediterranean and let one’s eyes wander unobstructed, creating a perfect natural balance to the exciting metropolis.

Barcelona is a wonderful location to combine Feldenkrais with urban life. The proximity to the beach and the historic parts of the city, as well as numerous accommodation options, small restaurants, food markets etc. all create an individual and unique immersion for each student.

Segment Structure

The program is divided into 5 segments per training year: March, May, July, September and October.

Participation requirements

The participants of our Feldenkrais Training Programs come from different professional backgrounds. Make sure to provide us with information about your vocational training or degree when signing up. Please contact us or see our FAQ if you are not sure whether you qualify.

This event is offered and organized by

Instituto Feldenkrais España S.L.U.



90,00 € / day (first and second year), 95,00 € / day (third and fourth year).


Course Language

English and Spanish

Course dates and trainers

Dates and timetables are subject to change.
If you cannot attend a day/segment, you can always make up for it later.

First Year — 2014 to 2015

Segment 1a

16.03. – 22.03.2014 (7 Days) Mara Fusero

Segment 2a

12.05. – 18.05.2014 (7 Days) Mara Fusero

Segment 1b

15.03. – 21.03.2015 (7 Days) Mara Fusero

Segment 2b

26.05. – 01.06.2015 (7 Days) Mara Fusero

Segment 3

14.07. – 26.07.2015 (12 Days) Anne Candardjis

Segment 4

01.10. – 07.10.2015 (7 Days) Mara Fusero

Segment 5

12.11. – 18.11.2015 (7 Days) Larry Goldfarb, Ph.D.

Second Year — 2016

Segment 6

06.03. – 12.03.2016 (7 Days) Lior Pessach

Segment 7

14.05. – 20.05.2016 (7 Days) Mara Fusero

Segment 8

02.07. – 14.07.2016 (12 Days) Mara Fusero

Segment 9

21.10. – 27.10.2016 (7 Days) Mara Fusero

Segment 10

05.11. – 11.11.2016 (7 Days) Larry Goldfarb, Ph.D.

Third Year — 2017

Segment 11

04.03. – 10.03.2017 (7 Days) Mara Fusero

Segment 12

21.05. – 27.05.2017 (7 Days) Mara Fusero

Segment 13

01.07. – 13.07.2017 (12 Days) Mara Fusero

Segment 14

06.10. – 12.10.2017 (7 Days) Anne Candardjis

Segment 15

29.10. – 04.11.2017 (7 Days) Thomas Farnbacher

Fourth Year — 2018

Segment 16

03.03. – 09.03.2018 (7 Days) Mara Fusero

Segment 17

19.05. – 25.05.2018 (7 Days) Scott Clark

Segment 18

30.06. – 12.07.2018 (12 Days) Thomas Farnbacher

Segment 19

07.09. – 13.09.2018 (7 Days) Scott Clark

Segment 20

27.10. – 02.11.2018 (7 Days) Mara Fusero

Additional information

Joining a training course that has already started

The courses are designed in such a way that enrollment is open during the whole of the first year of the course. Missed days will have to be made up in subsequent courses.

Making up for missed days

You can make up for missed days in another training program. For specific details, contact your organizer who will help you (together with the educational director) to establish a personal make up plan. For more info, please read the FAQ.