Krish is a Feldenkrais® practitioner (1998) who works with people of all ages and backgrounds, using movement as a primary tool for improving coordination, balance, self-awareness, posture and voice. Krish is also an actor, producer and director. She is passionate about using her diverse skills and background to help people thrive, find their innate dignity and radiant selves.
Krish has been teaching the Feldenkrais Method® and the Anat Baniel Neuromovement® Method across the world for over 24 years in places such as the U.S., Ghana, Morocco, France, and Nepal. She is fluent in French, German, Italian and Arabic. During her teaching of the Feldenkrais Method, Krish offers her students an enriching experience consisting of mental and physical improvement through natural, easy, and pleasurable ways of moving, using the brain’s amazing capacity to reorganize the body.
In addition to working with performing artists, athletes and business executives alike, Krish specializes in working with individuals with stroke and other disabilities, and is a graduate of the Anat Baniel Neuromovement® Method. She completed her second 4-year Feldenkrais Method Training in September 2022, graduating from the Feldenkrais Training Academy in Seattle with Dr. Jeffrey Haller. Her studies with Ruthy Alon (Movement Intelligence) have also informed her work in many ways.
She co-edited a book about the Feldenkrais Method, Learning Through Movement, published by Handspring Publishing (UK) in 2020.
Krish has served several terms on the national Board of Directors of the Feldenkrais Guild® of North America and has chaired numerous annual Feldenkrais Method® conferences in North America. She currently sits on the board of the Feldenkrais Educational Foundation of North America, a non-profit fundraising organization dedicated to supporting education about the Feldenkrais Method® and offering grants and scholarships to scientists as well as those wishing to further their studies in the Method.
She maintains an active private practice in her studio in Northwest Washington, D.C., and teaches 5 group Feldenkrais classes per week on Zoom.