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Flexible body - Flexible mind

Movement and awareness group classes along with gentle individual hands-on sessions, enable you to rediscover yourself and do what you want in life with pleasure and no effort.

Ortal offers lessons for people of all ages and abilities who wish to improve their posture and flexibility or refine their skills in athletics or the performance arts. For those experiencing restrictions in movement and pain and are looking for ways to move and function more easily and comfortably again.

Ortal's passion for helping people learn how to move easily despite any difficulty or limitation, originates from her own personal experience.  Born with developmental dislocation of the hip (DDH), she was treated with harness, brace and cast, and was eventually operated. it was only when she became acquainted with the Feldenkrais method, she learned to connect to herself, listen to her body and work with it peacefully.

People report that the changes they experience are not only motoric, but reflect an improvement in their well being and personal growth.


Individual Sessions

Functional Integration (FI)

Personalized hands-on lessons to help you move and function with pleasure and ease, Relieve pain and refine performance in sports, martial arts, dance, music & acting.


Group Classes

Awareness Through Movement (ATM)


The structure of the lessons creates an organic learning process where old habits can easily be replaced with new skills and a new sense of awareness.



Feldenkrais Method

The Feldenkrais Method, developed by Dr. Moshe Feldenkrais (1904-1984), provides a way of learning more about how we move, think, feel and behave nurturing our self-development, health and well-being.

"Movement is life. Life is a process. Improve the quality of the process and you improve the quality of life itself"

Dr. Moshe Feldenkrais


Feldenkrais lessons can help you to:

  • Improve posture, flexibility & ease

  • breathe fully and easily

  • Improve your sleep, vitality and well being

  • Relieve chronic pain.

  • Recover from injuries and surgical operations. 

  • Enhance your Balance, Orientation and Coordination.

  • Broaden your movement repertoire.

  • Develop awareness of your body in space (proprioception).

  • Refine your performance in sports, martial arts, dance, music & acting.

  • Encourage curiosity and develop learning skills.

Who can benefit?

  • People who are sitting for long hours

  • People working with computers. 

  • People who suffer from back and neck pain.

  • Neurological disturbances such as Sciatica, Guillain-Barré and Cerebral Palsy.

  • Scoliosis, Migraine.

  • Athletes, dancers, actors or musicians.

  • People dedicated to physical work and need maintenance.

  • People recovering from an injury or stroke.

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