Category: Feldenkrais Sex Scandal

RE: Sascha Krausneker Feldenkrais Training Organizer & Alleged Sexual Harrasser
By: Date: November 24, 2020 Categories: Feldenkrais Sex Scandal

To follow up with the initial post on the home page about Sascha Krausneker from 2018: There are multiple accusations against Sascha Krausneker. Multiple, detailed accusations against him, accusing him of sexual coercion, violence, and harassment towards a Feldenkrais student and a Feldenkrais practitioner. There are multiple, credible second-person accounts of the abuse. There was…

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Jack Heggie, Feldenkrais Assistant Trainer. His Last Letter
By: Date: September 12, 2020 Categories: Feldenkrais History,Feldenkrais Sex Scandal,Uncategorized

The link to the letter below by Jack Heggie was originally posted on It was sent to me by a reader. Thank you. Jack Heggie passed away, reportedly by suicide. Ryan Nagy talks about the apparent suicide (years apart) of Jack Heggie and Martin Weiner in this blog post (click). Jack’s letter below gets…

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What’s “good” for the guild is bad for Feldenkrais students and practitioners
By: Date: February 19, 2020 Categories: Feldenkrais History,Feldenkrais Sex Scandal

Something that has been written by several Feldenkrais practitioners from the Amherst training when talking about the alleged abuse is that, “I knew about Frank (or Ned or Dennis etc) twenty years ago, but I did not say anything because I wanted to protect the method.” The method (or more accurately, “The Guild system”) was…

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FGNA Officers and Feldenkrais Trainers Urge Practitioners Not To Speak Out Publicly About Abuse
By: Date: January 16, 2020 Categories: Feldenkrais History,Feldenkrais Sex Scandal,FGNA

“The official position is that this is not a public matter.” – Feldenkrais Guild Board Member. “I just wanted to echo what the board [of the Feldenkrais Guild of North America] has been saying. … In the case of the process for addressing these [sexual harrasment] concerns, I see that an incredible amount of care…

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