My Journey

All donors can track their learning journey using the and icons on each lesson and course.

Click the tabs below to preview these powerful study tools.

Member & Patron login

Members and Patrons can click the  on any lesson page to add it to this list.

How do our listeners use it?

  • Track lessons you've done. "Exploring" is a great way to think of them since your nervous system continues to process. Return to lessons you've found particularly helpful or curious.
  • Or track lessons you intend to do. As you browse through our Collections, Deep Dives, and lesson notes tabs, save lessons that intrigue you. You can even save Today's Lesson for later!
  • Track assignments from Feldenkrais teachers. You might save "homework" ideas from our weekly class replay emails. Or if you're studying with a one-to-one Feldenkrais teacher they can help you create a personalized list of lessons to explore.


Here's an example list:


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  1. Nick Strauss-Klein on February 18, 2024 at 8:00 am

    Let us know here how this new study tool is working for you by leaving a public comment below. (Your email address will be hidden.)

    Note: These comments are not private lesson journal entries, though we are exploring adding that feature.

  2. Sara on February 20, 2024 at 1:00 am

    Thank you so much for continuing to expand patron benefits [NOTE: Saving and “Favoriting” is for ALL donors, both Members AND Patrons. -Nick]. I am going to find this useful, as I do have favorites I turn to either for deep relaxation or for ongoing improvements.

  3. Nate Loker on February 26, 2024 at 12:40 pm

    I LOVE the history section! Thank you so much Nick! Is there a way to do more than the last 40? Either way I am very happy about this feature!

    • Nick Strauss-Klein on February 26, 2024 at 2:51 pm

      Yes, we could do that. 40 was somewhat arbitrary; we have 135 lessons at this moment and a history of the last 40 seemed like enough. But we may lack imagination, so please reply and say something about how you would use it if history saved more!

  4. Nate Loker on April 15, 2024 at 10:23 am

    Hey sorry I thought I left a reply but I guess it didn’t submit. The only reason I want more is so that I can track the lessons I do over a longer period of time. I try to do at least two lessons a week so having more history would be great. I also repeat lessons quite often as I almost always get something new when repeating them.

    • Nick Strauss-Klein on April 18, 2024 at 8:26 am

      Sure, that makes sense: you’re tracking when and how many times you repeat a lesson. A technical limitation we currently have is that History tracks every lesson page you visit, not which ones you actually play. This may cloud your data a bit if you’re browsing around looking for a lesson, but perhaps you could use a combination of a longer history and a bookmark…

      It does sound useful to make History more than 40. I’m curious, do you have number in mind for your use case?

      • Nick Strauss-Klein on May 14, 2024 at 3:51 pm

        After an offline conversation with Nate we decided to try a History of 100. And you can now see your icons on items in the History list.

        Hopefully this is useful! Please keep the feedback coming.

  5. ELLEN KUSHNER on April 17, 2024 at 4:04 pm

    I really appreciate having this tool!
    I can never remember what I’ve done and what I haven’t done. And I’ve lost a couple of favorites in the past.

  6. Trudy Jacquelin on May 2, 2024 at 4:59 am

    I so love this new functionality of saving lessons and setting faves as well. I was beginning to take a paper trail but this has made it so much easier to track my routine very much more easily without having to search over and over to repeat lessons etc.

    Your love of this craft Nick is outstanding and even tho I am in Australia, and have never joined a live session either, I still feel your comforting and clear instructions so readily – like I was in a face to face class and you were talking directly to me. A million times thank you. You are the one practitioner that would make me want to go and study Feldenkrais!

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