Training Course — August 2010 to October 2014

Madrid 1

From Madrid to Heaven! It is one of the most popular sayings about the city. The sky of Madrid has an intense blue colour that makes it characteristic.
The Spanish capital is a cosmopolitan city that combines history and modernity, historic monuments, museums (with three major art galleries in the world: Museo del Prado, the Thyssen-Bornemisza and the Reina Sofia), theaters, shopping areas, restaurants (from typical taverns to the most innovative restaurants Michelin starred), parks and gardens, etc., are the main options to have some entertainment in Madrid.
The Madrilenians’ welcoming and cheerful disposition will make it easy for you to feel right at home.

The location of our Feldenkrais training programs in Madrid is located only a few metro stops away from the city center in a calm neighborhood called Prosperidad. There are shops, restaurants and parks in walking distance and the city’s infrastructure makes it easy to reach the training by metro, bus or car.

The Madrid training segments are spread evenly throughout the year and we find that this makes a convenient training format for those who seek a balance with their work life.

With the full support of the School of Osteopathy of Madrid where our training courses are hosted, we benefit from professional support throughout the program and ample space at our disposal.

Segment Structure

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.



85,00 € / day.


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 — 2010 to 2011

Segment 01

30.08. – 10.09.2010 (10 Days) Paul Newton

Segment 02

29.11. – 03.12.2010 (5 Days) Paul Newton

Segment 03

21.03. – 31.03.2011 (10 Days) Stephen Rosenholtz, Ph.D.

Segment 04

06.06. – 17.06.2011 (10 Days) Paul Newton

Segment 05

17.10. – 21.10.2011 (5 Days) Paul Newton, Myriam Pfeffer

Second Year — 2012

Segment 06

19.03. – 06.04.2012 (15 Days) Marilupe Campero, Anne Candardjis

Segment 07

11.06. – 22.06.2012 (10 Days) Larry Goldfarb, Ph.D.

Segment 08

01.10. – 18.10.2012 (15 Days) Anne Candardjis, Stephen Rosenholtz, Ph.D., Paul Newton

Third Year — 2013

Segment 09

04.03. – 22.03.2013 (15 Days) Paul Newton

Segment 10

10.06. – 21.06.2013 (10 Days) Angelica Feldmann, M.A., Paul Newton

Segment 11

07.10. – 25.10.2013 (15 Days) Paul Newton

Fourth Year — 2014

Segment 12

10.03. – 28.03.2014 (15 Days) Paul Newton

Segment 13

09.06. – 20.06.2014 (10 Days) Angelica Feldmann, M.A., Paul Newton

Segment 14

06.10. – 24.10.2014 (15 Days) 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.