Hello, I’m Beth!

Let me help you discover ways to move and think and feel better than you have for years.

As an experienced Feldenkrais® Practitioner, I can guide you so that you can discover your own strength and physical well being, and recognize the blindspots which hold you back from living the life you want. You will move better, function the way you want and will be on the path to finding your own personal good health and happiness.

This work has contributed to reigniting my passion for life.  This is what I’d love to share with you whether you have Parkinson’s Disease, Multiple Sclerosis or are simply a Baby Boomer who wants to feel revitalized.  Check out this informative article where I talk about how very beneficial the Feldenkrais Method is for those with MS: Can the Feldenkrais Method Help With Multiple Sclerosis?

I can help you move with grace and ease, feel stronger and more like yourself, and be able to do activities that you did 20 years ago.

More About Me
  • This snippet from the Feldenkrais Awareness Summit explores the importance of movement and awareness in taking charge even with multiple sclerosis (MS).

    The full interview and 25 other interviews are available at futurelifenow-online.com.

  • This was a great “Fear The Floor’ class I taught recently which I will be running as a Workshop this year. Find out more about how you can learn to move better.

Beth Rubenstein - Fear The Floor No More Workshop

Weekly Classes

I hold two weekly classes.
Tuesday’s classes are for those who want to explore deeper into themselves and how they move. Wednesday’s classes are for those with less experience with the Feldenkrais Method®, or who have problems with pain, balance, or who would like to begin an exploration into easier movement.

Class Info

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Baby Boomers regaining, reclaiming and relying on our own authority and living with vitality!

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Find out what is holding you back


Feel better, live with vitality


Do you hear yourself saying any of these things?

• I can’t do that at my age?”
• “I have tight heel cords. I can’t squat.”
•  “I have bad balance. I’m getting older. I can’t jump, walk quickly”
• “I have bad knees. I can’t run, get on the floor, or garden.”
•  “Do you work out without seeing results, without ever moving easier.”

Don’t let age or diagnosis keep you from being active

For the past 25 years I’ve been helping people to feel better and live the life they want

The Feldenkrais Method® is a gentle, respectful way for people to learn – through movement – how to function in a more efficient and less painful way. I have been a Feldenrais Practitioner for 25 years.

The Benefits

Benefits of the Feldenkrais Method® include:

  • Increased flexibility and agility
  • Improved posture, coordination, and balance
  • Ease of chronic pain
  • Reduction of emotional and physical stress
  • The ability to overcome and avoid injuries
  • Refinement of skills for athletes, musicians and dancers
  • Improved energy efficiency and breathing
    Improved ability to learn
  • Increased self-confidence and quality of life
  • Attend to his/her whole self
  • Eliminate unnscessary, but familiar, holding and energy expenditure
  • Mobilize his/her intentions into actions

Feldenkrais 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

Classes and Training

Lessons are generally in a class setting or individually. Students explore movement sequences according to the verbal directions of the teacher/practitioner. As a student, you discover how you do the movements and notice the quality of changes in your body, your self. You learn to relax and to abandon habitual patterns. Through the subtle ATM movements, you learn to expand options for new ways of moving while increasing sensitivity and improving sensitivity.

More About My Weekly Classses

Awareness Through Movement® classes are ongoing in 6 week sessions. Attention to how you move can lead to increased activity and health.

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This is a one-on-one session to help your improve how you function daily.

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My workshops help to engage your brain and body and maximize ease of movement and vitality.

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Latest News

Here is the video I've been working on about my work. My monthly workshop will be about this. They will cover balance, pain, and mobility as well as getting up and down from the floor.
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The first in the series of 4 workshops is available for sign ups. There is limited space. Sign up now or contact me if you have questions http://bit.ly/2FA04Tq

6 days ago

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Thanks for posting this again. I’ve tried a few of them in between my classes and they are helping

Minor car accident yesterday, I'm okay but wanted to let you know I was able to start viewing this. Will try to view the rest this afternoon.

I see you Beth!

Thank you!

I’m here

Hi Beth! You are loud and clear.

Ice has been my best friend for years...

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7 days ago

Beth Rubenstein, M.S., P.T. Feldenkrais Method

Saturday at 9 AM. Be here

Beth Rubenstein, M.S., P.T. Feldenkrais Method
Leave your neck pain behind. Start 2019 without that pain in your neck
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Talk about embracing weakness. This is beautiful

Meet ILL-ABILITIES Crew: a squad of superhumans that have overcame their disabilities and turned it into a strength. --------- CREW MEMBERS Luca Lazylegz Patuelli (Canada) - Born with a neuromuscular disorder called Arthrogryposis Bboy Samuka (Brasil) - Transformational amputee below hip due to Osteosarcoma Sergio Miranda Bboy Checho (Chile) - Malformation from birth in legs due to Thalidomide Bboy Perninha (Brasil) - Malformation from birth in the left leg reason unknown (https://www.facebook.com/bboyperninha/) Jungsoo Krops Lee (Korea) - Paralyzed through an injury in a dance practice in 2013 Redo Ait Chitt (Netherlands) - Multiple malformations from birth affecting both arms, right hip, and right leg Jacob "Kujo" Lyons (U.S.A) - 100% sensor neural deafness in right ear and conductive hearing loss in left ear Tommy Guns Ly (U.S.A) *Not in the film - Transformational above knee amputee due to Osteosarcoma Videography by Kien Quan Photography / Chaz Bonnar
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This is the bomb!

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Beth Rubenstein, (M.S., P.T.)
7906 Isis Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90045

Tel: 424 277 0675

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