Feldenkrais™ Instructor

Rose Silberman

For 25 years, Rose Silberman has been passionate about movement education.  Rose currently teaches Pilates, the Feldenkrais Method®, tap dancing and swimming for a women's triathlon club. 

Rose is an avid runner, swimmer, hiker and cross-country skier.  She has competed in triathlons, Master's Swimming and running races including the Collegiate Peaks Marathon.  Rose enjoys working with all kinds of athletes on improving their performance.  She conducts Feldenkrais® workshops for golfers, runners, cyclists, swimmers and aerial fabric performers.

Rose is also adept at creating workouts for individuals with physical and neurological challenges.  She works well with a "post rehab" population who are not 100% healed, yet are not injured enough to require physical therapy.  Many of Rose's clients do both group exercise sessions and private Feldenkrais® lessons.  The combination of functionally based exercise she calls "Functional Conditioning" and improved body awareness brings great long lasting results.

We all have much more movement potential than we know.  The Feldenkrais Method® is an incredible tool for tapping into those unknown possibilities, whether it is to improve performance, rehabilitate after an injury or maintain functioning when faced with neurological challenges.

“My objective is to help individuals identify what they would like to be able to do and then provide a learning environment where they can tap into their  movement potential and experience what is possible.”