I'm Nancy Harden

I am your Feldenkrais® Method practitioner, serving Huntsville and Madison. I teach group classes, workshops, and individual sessions. Why do I love what I do? I'm determined to keep you doing the activities you love! I will help your body move with greater ease, consciousness, and fluidity.

Improve movement...improve life!



The Feldenkrais Method transforms people’s lives in deep and profound ways.

  • “Feldenkrais represents a revolution in human health.”
    Albert Rosenfeld
    Smithsonian Magazine
  • “Feldenkrais has studied the body in movement with a precision that I have found nowhere else.”
    Peter Brook
    Film & Stage Director
  • “This new approach to physical and mental well being holds in store vast possibilities. From my own experience I know the remarkable results achieved (with Feldenkrais).”
    David Ben Gurion
    First Prime Minister of Israel
  • “This is the most sophisticated and effective method I have seen for the prevention and reversal of deterioration of function. We’re condemning millions of people to a deteriorated old age that’s not necessary.”
    Margaret Mead, PhD.
    Anthropologist
  • "Feldenkrais work is innovative, gentle and often strikingly effective at rehabilitating victims of trauma, cerebral palsy, stroke, and other serious disabilities. I recommend the Feldenkrais Method to patients whose movement has been restricted by injury, cerebral palsy, stroke, fibromyalgia, chronic pain. I also believe that the Feldenkrais Method can help all of us feel more comfortable in our bodies.”
    Andrew Weil, M.D.
    Author of 8 Weeks to Optimum Health and Spontaneous Healing
  • “The Feldenkrais Method has had remarkable success in a range of chronic complaints ranging from the debilitating, such as cerebral palsy or paralysis, to the merely nagging, such as stiff necks, tension headaches or the blahs.”
    Science Digest
  • ”A bodywork technique we have seen to benefit patients is known as The Feldenkrais Method. In a series of lessons, patients are taught how to integrate their body movements so that they function with less effort and pain.”
    R. Paul St. Amand
    Author of What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Fibromyalgia : The Revolutionary Treatment That Can Reverse The Disease
  • “A breathtaking work of genius, the Feldenkrais Methods—one (“Functional Integration”), hands-on with an individual teacher; the other (“Awareness Through Movement”), group movements directed by a teacher—teach a person how to liberate oneself from the narrow range of stereotypical movement patterns that we learn in our culture, and to rind a wider range of moving, and being. These works have had an enormous impact on the medical practice of physical therapy, since restricted movement patterns are associated with trauma, and freeing them produces significant relief of pain.”
    Don Hanlon Johnson
    Author of Bone, Breath, & Gesture: Practices of Embodiment
  • “A breathtaking work of genius, the Feldenkrais Methods—one (“Functional Integration”), hands-on with an individual teacher; the other (“Awareness Through Movement”), group movements directed by a teacher—teach a person how to liberate oneself from the narrow range of stereotypical movement patterns that we learn in our culture, and to rind a wider range of moving, and being. These works have had an enormous impact on the medical practice of physical therapy, since restricted movement patterns are associated with trauma, and freeing them produces significant relief of pain.”
    Don Hanlon Johnson
    Author of Bone, Breath, & Gesture: Practices of Embodiment
  • “Try Feldenkrais for headaches or musculoskeletal problems. A study reported in the American Journal Of Pain Management found that patients with chronic headaches and/or musculoskeletal problems reported more mobility and decreased pain up to a year after treatment compared to comparison groups.”
    American Holistic Nurses’ Association Guide to Common Chronic Conditions : Self-Care Options to Complement Your Doctor’s Advice
  • “Before we included Feldenkrais in the curriculum there was usually a small army of musicians who’d have overuse or practice-related injuries, whereas last summer(1989) there was only one.”
    Leon Fleischer
    Concert Pianist, Musical Director, Tanglewood Music Festival
  • “The Feldenkrais exercises are ingenious.”
    Yehudi Menuhin
    Concert Violinist
  • “The system developed by Moshe Feldenkrais…has as much potential for understanding the mind/body relationship as Einstein’s general theory of relativity had for physics.”
    Bernard Lake, M.D.
  • “The Feldenkrais work has had an enormous effect on the way I run and on the way I live my life. My knee problem vanished. I’ve increased my mileage considerably without a trace of difficulty. And I’m running faster.”
    Bruce Holmes
    Runner’s World