Feldenkrais Glasgow

Awareness Through Movement Classes 2017

Alison is currently on maternity leave. Weekly classes will resume in late Spring 2018. 

Other events in Scotland coming up soon: 

Feldenkrais workshops in Edinburgh with Jackie Adkins
5th November
Salisbury Centre, 2 Salisbury Rd, EH16
click here for details

And to keep track of weekly classes all over Scotland here's
the link to the Feldenkrais Guild UK page

General info for Feldenkrais Glasgow classes

If you're looking for ease and flexibility in the way you move, whether you're playing, working or creating, come and try a class. The Feldenkrais Method can do wonders for your sense of wellbeing and creativity, as well as improving your movement and easing pain and discomfort.

The classes last one hour and are taught by Alison McGillivray.

TO BRING WITH YOU: you should wear warm comfortable clothes. There are mats available at the studio.

  • £10: drop-in price
  • £40: five-class pass. Can be used for any combination of classes.
For further information or to book please email: info@feldenkraisglasgow.com


Feldenkrais Glasgow was founded in 2013 by Alison McGillivray, Emily Walker and Steven Whinnery, from a desire to bring Feldenkrais Classes to the city and to develop practitioner education in Scotland.  Currently, Alison is the main teacher. We're delighted to have a growing pool of guest teachers from across Scotland.


Alison McGillivray: I am a musician, baroque cello & viola da gamba teacher and Feldenkrais Practitioner. I heard about the Feldenkrais Method from friends who had studied in music colleges abroad. They all described it as being about very small, slow movements that completely and mysteriously transform the way you play. I took my first one-to-one lessons in 2008, recognised what friends had reported, but also felt the ripple effects of the lessons in every other aspect of the way I moved and felt, and not just when I played the cello. It also indirectly addressed the depression I was in at that time. I wanted to know more, and also wanted to be able to pass on this remarkable thing, so went to study to become a practitioner in Switzerland in 2010. I love both the class lessons (Awareness Through Movement) and teaching one-to-one lessons (Functional Integration). I’m particularly interested in the learning and development of the community of Scottish Practitioners. 

For further information email me at: info@feldenkraisglasgow.com or go to www.alisonmcgillivray.com

Current guest teachers

Emily Walker, Steven Whinnery, Vanessa Smith and Gillian Allan

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

- Moshe Feldenkrais