Organisational Info


The Biel/Neuchatel training program is conceived as an International training program and will be conducted in English. In our last program we had a rich mix of students from many different countries. The Biel/Neuchatel region is bilingual French and German and these will be the two main languages supported in the program. There will be small group exercises and discussion carried out in French and German and there will always be multiple members of the staff present fluent in French or German. Since the majority of the students will speak English as a second language this is taken into consideration in the structuring of the training days especially in the beginning of the program.


The training will take place in Leubringen, a little village six minutes by cable car from the center of the town of Biel. With a beautiful view of the alps, the training site is ideally situated to offer a relaxed and pleasant learning experience.

Application Procedure

Applicants must submit the enclosed application form. Applications will be reviewed on an as-received basis. You will be notified of acceptance within 3 to 4 weeks after receipt of your application.
Please send it to:

Dates year one:

1. Segment: 16. July – 28. July 2018 (11 days)
2. Segment: 19. November – 01. December 2018 (11 days)
3. Segment: 28. January – 02. February 2019 (06 days)
4. Segment: 06. May – 18. May 2019 (11 days)


For Swiss students, tuition is
• 5’800 CHF per year for years one and two
• 5’900 CHF per year for years three and four

Students from abroad get a discount (transportation and housing cost) and pay
• 4’300 € per year for years one and two
• 4’400 € per year for years three and four

Housing & Child Care

The Training Program is non-residential. The Feldenkrais Zentrum Biel will offer assistance finding housing for anyone coming from outside the area of the program.


The Biel/Neuchâtel professional training program will be organized by
Martin Mosimann and Serge Cartellier.

Martin Mosimann began working with people in 1990 as a Physical Therapist. In 1995 he completed his Feldenkrais training and he has maintained an active Feldenkrais practice since then, working with children, adults and senior citizens. Martin lives with his wife and their three children in Biel.

Serge Carellier is a french practitioner since 2005. He is a actor and theater director and has a practice in Paris where he lives.

by moxi