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Training Course — May 2019 to November 2023

Málaga 1

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Located to the south of the Spanish Mediterranean coast, in Andalusia, Malaga is the capital of the Costa del Sol.

The province of Malaga has a privileged location within Andalusia: it sits between Granada and Cadiz and north of Cordoba and Seville.
It prides itself with more than 160 kilometers of sunny beaches, a rich cultural heritage and a mountain range where nature displays itself in all its splendor.

In the city the weather is fantastic all year round, with average temperatures ranging between 22.8º C maximum and 13º C minimum, which will allow you to savor the city center that will entertain you with its cozy atmosphere.

With a fascinating history, you will find here everything from Arab fortresses (La Alcazaba) to a Roman Theatre and no less than 200 works by Pablo Ruiz Picasso.
Malaga is one of the cradles of flamenco (Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity) and you can attend numerous shows at any time.
Nearby you can visit world famous touristic places such as Torremolinos, Fuengirola or Marbella. Furthermore, protected by the mountains there are lovely white villages like Ojén or Mijas.

Its international airport, eight kilometres from the city centre, links up with the main European capitals.
The Spanish high-speed train (AVE) connects Malaga directly with Madrid, Barcelona, Zaragoza and Cordoba, and from these cities you can easily access other destinations (Seville, Valencia, Paris,…).

The picturesque coastal and inland roads will take you, among other destinations, to the endless beaches of the Costa de la Luz or to the Sierra Nevada Natural Park in Granada, the highest mountainous massif in Western Europe after the Alps.

Segment Structure

The first training year is divided into 4 segments. Years 2, 3 and 4 of the program have 3 segments per year. The segments generally happen in February, April/ May and October/ November.

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.


Next Segment

Segment 4.1
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95,00 € / 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 — 2019 to 2020

Segment 1

08.05. – 18.05.2019 (10 Days) Paul Newton, Thomas Farnbacher

Segment 2

13.11. – 23.11.2019 (10 Days) Martin Mosimann, Paul Newton

Segment 3

19.02. – 01.03.2020 (10 Days) Paul Newton

Segment 4.1

30.10. – 09.11.2020 (10 Days) Anne Candardjis

Second Year — 2020 to 2021

Segment 4.2

11.11. – 15.11.2020 (5 Days) Anne Candardjis

Segment 5

06.02. – 24.02.2021 (15 Days) Paul Newton

Segment 6

30.04. – 11.05.2021 (10 Days) Marilupe Campero

Segment 7.1

06.10. – 17.10.2021 (10 Days) Paul Newton

Third Year — 2021 to 2022

Segment 7.2

20.10. – 24.10.2021 (5 Days) Paul Newton

Segment 8

09.02. – 27.02.2022 (15 Days) Paul Newton

Segment 9

27.04. – 08.05.2022 (10 Days) Angelica Feldmann, M.A.

Segment 10.1

29.10. – 08.11.2022 (10 Days) Thomas Farnbacher

Fourth Year — 2022 to 2023

Segment 10.2

11.11. – 15.11.2022 (5 Days) Thomas Farnbacher

Segment 11

23.02. – 12.03.2023 (15 Days) Mara Fusero Ph.D.

Segment 12

29.04. – 10.05.2023 (10 Days) Paul Newton

Segment 13

01.11. – 12.11.2023 (10 Days) Paul Newton
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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.