At Obrador de Moviments, we are committed to personal and artistic development through the arts of movement and somatic education techniques. With The Feldenkrais Training Barcelona we offer you the possibility of becoming an Accredited Practitioner of the Method.

New Feldenkrais Professional Training Group 23-27

On 15th of July, we started the first segment.
If you want to be part of the training, you still have time to join the group in our next segment in December.


We have a team of international trainers with whom we share the desire to promote, support and offer a curriculum with the highest level of competencies. Our didactic approach is adapted to the needs of modern life and the training focuses on the student’s process to find his or her way to internalize the Feldenkrais Method.

Why Feldenkrais?

While more and more areas of modern life are dominated by technology, essential values of humanity remain uncovered, such as awareness, human touch, mindfulness and respect for oneself, others and the environment. Feldenkrais addresses these essential values and is based on our intrinsic capacity to learn and develop. The principles of organic learning can be applied in a variety of fields whether preventive, therapeutic or creative. If you are looking for new ways to improve the quality of your life, your well-being and your health, Feldenkrais offers a unique tool to develop those properties in a simple and at the same time brilliant way.

Why become a Feldenkrais Practitioner?

If you seek the full potential of the Feldenkrais Method – and your own – the training process is surely the best option. Out curriculum encourages personal development, self-knowledge and health in a unique way. You will find fundamental elements to transform your relationship with yourself and your environment, both on a personal and a professional level. At the end of the training you are qualified to work as a professional of the Method (Feldenkrais Practitioner).

Why train with us?

There is an intersection between all Feldenkrais trainings over the world due to the guidelines for international accreditation. Nevertheless, there is a wide range of variables between the different trainings and the approach of the educational direction.

We are an experienced and integrated team and committed to the humanistic values of Moshe Feldenkrais’ legacy. That means that we believe in the potential of each human being to learn, improve and evolve. To create the best possible context for this to happen, we pay special attention to respect and gentleness in all interactions.

Our official teaching language is Spanish, in order to optimize time resources and to avoid the inevitable loss of precision in the contents due to translations.

Our large experience allows us to observe and accompany the process of each student from a global perspective. Thanks to the online meetings in between the modules, we will foment continuity and dialogue.

In addition, the training takes place in a space that offers optimal conditions for this kind of learning, and we have all the necessary resources to offer you a training with the highest level of competencies.


Artificial Floor
Feldenkrais Advanced Workshop

17, 18 & 19  November

Our training

The Feldenkrais Barcelona Training (FFB 2023-2027) is internationally accredited by the European Accreditation Board (Euro-TAB) which is the responsible institution to supervise the quality standards of trainings in Europe. Following the international guidelines, this program is composed of 800 hours which are distributed throughout four years. Classes are taught mainly in live modules of 8 to 20 days during holiday periods and complemented by little in-between online meetings.

Pedagogical objectives

Our training has two main facets:

  • It provides the framework, the contents and the means for a unique learning process with a great potential for reorganization and personal development at all levels.
  • It trains the student to work professionally with the Feldenkrais® Method, both at group and individual level. These two modalities are called Self-Awareness through Movement® and Functional Integration®.


Since 2020, a certain percentage of online hours has been introduced in the official accreditation guidelines. We clearly stand on the side of live-teaching whenever possible.
That´s why we decided to include the online meeting only to facilitate continuity and support a fluid dialogue between students and their trainers. These online meetings will be on a weekend between modules (in units of not more than 3 hours per day). In our program, more than 90% is live teaching and less than 10% online.


The training will be taught entirely in Spanish. If this is exceptionally not the case, there will be a simultaneous translation into Spanish.

Student Profile

The Feldenkrais Method can be applied to many areas. That´s why a Feldenkrais training attracts a great range of different professionals and people interested in learning through movement.

  • Health
  • Education
  • Arts
  • Sports
  • Play
  • Development
  • Persons interested in improving their professional and/or personal life.


  • Age: between 20 and 80 years
  • Good health
  • Previous experience with the Feldenkrais Method
  • Good comprehension of Spanish
  • An open mind and genuine interest in learning


Phil Unseld
Trainer & Educational Director

Phil Unseld is a musician and got to know the Feldenkrais Method in this context in 1988. He was graduated as a Feldenkrais Professional in 1998. Between 2006 and 2017 he was Program Director of the first Feldenkrais Formations in Barcelona.

He’s been member of pedagogical teams in different formations and has a broad international experience (Spain, Argentina, Mexico, Germany, Switzerland and Canada). In addition to music and Feldenkrais, he is passionate about creative and developmental processes, especially for children.

He published a book about the development of children’s movement (‘The Microcosm of the Movement’ 2018, Ed. Herder). He is also trained and certified in Somatic Experience, a somatic methodology to work resilience and address traumatic experiences.

Sabina Graf-Pointner
Trainer & Educational Director

Sabina Graf-Pointner, Germany, has been working in teaching and education for over 40 years.

With extensive experience in different fields such as dance, the improvised movement (Contact), adult education and a strong social vocation, Sabina found in the Feldenkrais Method the synthesis and a methodology for her search.

As a tireless scholar, she delved into the philosophy field and is the author of numerous articles and essays on topics related to the Feldenkrais Method. Trained by the main assistant of Moshe Feldenkrais (Mia Segal) Sabina developed an extraordinary professional career in Erlangen (Germany) since 1993.

In recent years, she has focused on training professionals in the Feldenkrais Method at an international level. Apart from German, she is fluent in several languages and is known throughout the world for her professional excellence, community work and integrity.

Ulrike Apel

Ulrike Apel, Germany, is a physiotherapist and International Trainer of the Feldenkrais Method with over 30 years of experience.

Graduated in the Method in 1987, since 1996 she has been an Assistant Trainer in Feldenkrais Professional Training all over the world. This has allowed her to know a great variety of styles and different learning approaches which have helped her to polish her own pedagogy.

She currently runs her own Training program in Cologne and spreads the Method through intensive workshops and seminars throughout Germany. She has also been trained in the Child’Space method and in Leadership and Group Management.

The richness of the Method, and the surprises and infinite possibilities offered by this work, make Ulrike continue to have the same enthusiasm and fascination that experienced in her early years of Feldenkrais Method career.

Angelica Feldmann

Angelica Feldmann, Germany, has been International Trainer in Feldenkrais Method since 2006. She lives in Zurich, but she has worked all over the world in many Feldenkrais Professional Formations. Currently, she is the Academic Director of her own formations in Switzerland.

Angelica has a Master’s degree in Eduacational Science. Besides, she has experience in dance, improvisation and voice in relation to physical expression and movement.

Angelica’s approach is unique. Her teaching includes extensive training and experience with different schools and movement and mindfulness methods, all related to somatic learning and movement science.

In her work as a pedagogue, she is able to convey the depth of the Feldenkrais Method in a unique way as well as establishing new interdisciplinary connections.

Marilupe Campero

Marilupe Campero, Mexico, is International Trainer of the Feldenkrais Method since 2010 and General Coordinator of the Feldenkrais Professional Training Program at the Faculty of Medicine at Colima University.

She is a physiotherapist and graduate in Occupational Therapy. Since 1985 she has worked at the Multiple Care Centre, a specialized school in students with functional and intellectual diversity.

She is also Co-Director of the Learning and Movement Center in Colima and Co-founder of the Mexican Feldenkrais Method Association AMMEF.

Marilupe has taught courses and seminars of the Method, both for the general public and for professionals, in Mexico, Chile, Colombia, Argentina, Spain, Germany, Italy and France.

Sara y Hervé Obrador de MovimentsHervé Costa & Sara Sanguino
Administrative Directors

Hervé Costa and Sara Sanguino, France, Spain, are dancers, choreographers, dance teachers and accredited Feldenkrais Method Practicioner. Currently, they lead together the Obrador de Moviments center with a clear commitment to somatic techniques applied to the art of movement and dance in all its mode. Since 2017, together, they have also organized Accredited Feldenkrais Training Programs.


First year

  • Module I-1: 15th to 23rd July 2023 (live)
    6th & 7th October 2023 (online)
  • M I-2: 2nd to 10th December 2023 (live)
    2nd & 3rd February 2024 (online)
  • M I-3: 23rd March to 1st of April 2024 (live)
    7th & 8th June 2024 (online)

Second year

  • M II-1: 19th August to 6th September 2024 (live)
    4th & 5th October 2024 (online)
  • M II-2: 28th December to 5 January 2025 (live)
    7th & 8th February 2025 (online)
  • M II-3: 29th March to 7th April 2025 (live)
    6th & 7th June 2025 (online)

Third year

  • M III-1: 16th August to 7th September 2025 (live)
    3rd & 4th October 2025 (online)
  • M III-2: 28th December to 11th January 2026 (live)
    7th to 9th February 2026 (online)
  • M III-3: 28 March to 6th April 2026 (live)
    26th & 27th June 2026 (online)

Fourth year

  • M IV-1: 17th August to 5th September 2026 (live)
    2nd & 3rd October 2026 (online)
  • M IV-2: 28th December to 9th January 2027 (live)
  • M IV-3: 20th to 28th March 2027 (live)

*To receive detailed information about the program, please contact us.

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