About Tanya Saxon
Tanya Saxon is a registered Physiotherapist and is a Certified Feldenkrais Practitioner®. She uses her background and skills as a physiotherapist to inform her Feldenkrais Method practice.
Tanya has been working in the field of rehabilitation and human movement for over 30 years, assisting people of all ages to improve their ability to move through life with ease, comfort and greater efficiency.
Her clients include:
- People with a wide variety of neurological conditions, such as stroke, head injury, Parkinson's Disease, Multiple Sclerosis and cerebral palsy
- People with chronic pain
- People with arthritis, neck and back pain, and painful joints
- Actors, musicians and athletes who want to improve their performance
- People who have difficulty sleeping
In January 2017 Tanya is moving to new rooms in Taringa, which have good access and plenty of street parking. Parking can also be arranged in the off-street car park next to her practice. Home visits can also be arranged.
Please phone to discuss how Tanya’s skills as a Physiotherapist and Feldenkrais Method Practitioner may help you in your current situation - whether you have pain, postural problems, difficulties moving as a result of a neurological problem, limitations in how you function in your daily life, or are simply curious about this wonderful method of self-exploration.
Tanya Saxon graduated with a Bachelor of Applied Science in Physiotherapy from Sydney University in 1980. Tanya first experienced the Feldenkrais Method in 1982 when working in rehabilitation, and undertook the first Australian Feldenkrais Professional Training Programme, graduating in 1990. She has been an Assistant Trainer in the Method since 2000. She has run a small private practice in Brisbane since 1991 specialising in teaching better self use with the Feldenkrais Method®. She attends continuing education in Physiotherapy and Feldenkrais every year to comply with Physiotherapy Registration and Feldenkrais Certification requirements. She also runs workshops for other physiotherapists and Feldenkrais Practitioners, as well as the general public.