Anne Robertson

A note from Anne

As lockdown eases I hope you are managing to adapt to the new realities without too much stress. Whilst many of us will be looking forward to roaming further afield I know this isn’t possible at all for others.

I’m therefore keeping all my classes online until I have a break in August, and I expect that most of them will stay online even when I’m back at the beginning of September.

Details of online classes-Zoom

  • Wednesdays 1.0pm Awareness through Movement – Seated Class
  • Fridays 1.0 pm Awareness through Movement Drop-in – Mainly floor based lessons
  • Fridays 2.15 pm Moving-On. Contact me about this class if you would like to deepen your interest in Awareness Through Movement®

Classes will continue until week ending 7th of August and start again the week beginning 7th September

Pay per class if you can*

Bodywise where I normally teach will partially reopen in July.

Even though I’m staying online for the time being I’m committed to helping to secure the future of classes there.

So from 20 July I’m suggesting that those who are able could pay £5 per class and I will pay Bodywise a regular amount in lieu of room hire.

*Classes remain free for those on very low incomes or whose livelihoods have been threatened by the Covid crisis

Please contact me for the link for the class/classes that you are interested in.

If you have been coming to classes please do not let the charges deter you I’ll continue to send you the link.

Let me know if you’d like more information on 07951728862 or at

All best wishes



I spent almost 40 years an an NHS physiotherapist in Manchester, working in hospitals and in the community. Iʼve worked mainly with people living with neurological disorders, their families and carers.

I became aware of the Feldenkrais Method through my work about ten years ago and was really excited by the possibilities it offered on a personal and professional level. I undertook the four year professional training course in Lewes in East Sussex (one of many international trainings) and graduated in April 2012.

Since then, though I have retired from the NHS, I am still committed to sharing the benefits of Feldenkrais more widely. Iʼm one of only three qualified teachers in the city but Iʼm glad to say several more are in training.

When Iʼm not teaching, Iʼm generally gardening, cooking, singing with Manchester Community Choir and generally enjoying retirement.

Contact Anne: 07951728862

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