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Training Course — July 2020 to July 2024

Lisbon 2

The sun shines approximately 239 days a year in Lisbon, making it the sunniest capital in Europe. The city enjoys a Mediterranean climate and is known for its unique light, white cobblestones and yellow trams.

Lisbon is a cosmopolitan city and yet it stays deeply grounded in its history and traditions. At night, you can easily find places to hear Fado, recognized by UNESCO as an intangible heritage of humanity. Another UNESCO world heritage site, Sintra, as well as jet-set coastal Cascais are just 30 minutes away. There is always something happening in Lisbon, from major concerts to film and music festivals. It has a wide range of cultural attractions, bars and restaurants with excellent cuisine.

Being located on the Tagus river and by the sea, Lisbon offers the opportunity for sailing, surfing and kitesurfing. The good weather ensures one can practice sports such as jogging along the ocean promenade, hiking and golf throughout the year. For those seeking peace or adventure, the rugged Atlantic coast with its wild beaches is just 35 minutes west of Lisbon.

Lisbon is the perfect option for combining Feldenkrais with culture, nature and sports activities, experiencing a degree of freedom that is difficult to match elsewhere.

Segment Structure

The first training year is divided into 4 segments. Years 2, 3 and 4 of the program have 3 segments per year. One segment in November/ December, one in April and one in July.

This event is offered and organized by

Instituto Feldenkrais España S.L.U.


Next Segment

Segment 1
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90,00 € / day (first and second year), 95,00 € / day (third and fourth year).


Course Language

English and Portuguese

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 — 2020 to 2021

Segment 1

19.07. – 29.07.2020 (10 Days) Paul Newton

Segment 2

01.12. – 11.12.2020 (10 Days) Thomas Farnbacher

Segment 3

02.04. – 13.04.2021 (10 Days) Paul Newton

Segment 4

14.07. – 25.07.2021 (10 Days) Paul Newton

Second Year — 2021 to 2022

Segment 5

20.11. – 01.12.2021 (10 Days) Mara Fusero Ph.D.

Segment 6

06.04. – 17.04.2022 (10 Days) Paul Newton

Segment 7

10.07. – 02.08.2022 (20 Days) Mara Fusero Ph.D., Anne Candardjis

Third Year — 2022 to 2023

Segment 8

30.11. – 11.12.2022 (10 Days) Paul Newton

Segment 9

30.03. – 09.04.2023 (10 Days) Thomas Farnbacher

Segment 10

05.07. – 30.07.2023 (20 Days) Paul Newton

Fourth Year — 2023 to 2024

Segment 11

23.11. – 03.12.2023 (10 Days) Ruty Bar, M.A.

Segment 12

27.03. – 07.04.2024 (10 Days) Paul Newton

Segment 13

05.07. – 28.07.2024 (20 Days) Thomas Farnbacher, Paul Newton

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.