Category: Feldenkrais History

Repost: Dennis Leri, Feldenkrais Trainer, Buddhist and Sexual Harasser?
By: Date: October 19, 2019 Categories: Feldenkrais History,Feldenkrais Sex Scandal,FGNA Tags:

Denis Leri, Feldenkrais Trainer Denis Leri. We were sent multiple messages that he and Frank Wildman were engaged in a contest to see who could “fuck” the most number of students. And there was a report that at one time he was not allowed to be alone with female students during a particular training. Denis…

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Repost: Allegations Against Former Feldenkrais Trainer Frank Wildman
By: Date: October 19, 2019 Categories: Feldenkrais History,Feldenkrais Sex Scandal,FGNA Tags:

Frank Wildman, Feldenkrais Trainer On January, 30th, 2018,  the FGNA reported that “Frank Wildman “relinquished” his membership and status with the organization. No additional information was given. None. Sexual harassment allegations have been swirling around Frank Wildman for decades. Why did the FGNA not mention this? Why was no additional information given? When were the…

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Disgraced Feldenkrais Trainer Frank Wildman Wants New Training
By: Date: October 2, 2019 Categories: Feldenkrais History,Feldenkrais Sex Scandal,FGNA

In August of 2019, former Feldenkrais Trainer Frank Wildman showed up in Costa Rica to give a talk on Feldenkrais. According to several participants Frank said the the Feldenkrais Guild has lost it’s way and that he left voluntarily. Frank wants to organize an independent Feldenkrais training in Costa Rica. But be warned! Frank has…

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Jerry Karzen: Did Moshe Feldenkrais “Make” Him A Feldenkrais Trainer?
By: Date: October 2, 2019 Categories: Feldenkrais History,FGNA Tags: ,

Jerry Karzen has been telling people for decades that Moshe Feldenkrais “made” him a trainer. Is that true? Dr. Feldenkrais chose him [Jerry Karzen} to be a Trainer in 1982 along with Mia Segal, Yochanon Rywerant, Ruthy Alon, Chava Shelhav, Miriam Pfeffer, Anat Baniel, and the late Bruria Milo and Gaby Yaron. Screenshot taken on…

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