OutStanding Knees

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Solutions for Pain-relief, Strength & Flexibility

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Over time, your posture and movement patterns can “make or break” your knees.

Knees in need. There’s no shortage of them. One in four adults in America suffers from chronic knee pain.
Standing puts 80% of your body weight on them, walking 150%, and other activities – climbing stairs, running, squatting, carrying a heavy object – up to 4 times your body weight.
The knee is the largest and most complex joint in the human body. And it is vulnerable to overuse and injury when forced to move outside its intended range of motion.
Strengthening and stretching muscles around the knee help significantly to heal and prevent painful knee conditions like inflammation, meniscus and ligament tears, tendonitis, and arthritis.
But these localized approaches still leave us “weak in the knees.”
What’s the missing link to strong and healthy knees?
A whole-body approach addressing the root causes of most knee conditions and injuries: suboptimal posture, alignment, and movement patterns.

Here is some good news! Your knees can heal and respond well to improved alignment and optimization of how you move. The Feldenkrais Method offers excellent training in posture and movement patterns that integrates the entire body (technically called kinetic chain: feet, ankles, knees, hips, pelvis, and the whole spine with the head). Adding flexibility, strength, power, and endurance training provide an outstanding tool for preventing and healing injuries and managing arthritis.


Learn to use your knees with greater intelligence, awareness, ease and efficiency.

Balance flexibility, strength, and stability in the knee joint and entire leg.

Improved coordination of the hips, knees and ankles with the spine.

Discover ways to protect and preserve your knees to enjoy the pleasure of movement for years to come. 

Frequently Asked Questions

...I love the clarity of the explanations, the mix of theory and practice, and the encouraging and relaxed tone... these lessons have been very effective. Thanks so much.

Fine class. Teacher is sincere, methodical, patient and caring. He shares his depth of knowledge through diagrams, all the slow explorations, and his engaging question and answer periods at the end. During those periods he talks to his participants answering their questions at the levels of complexity that they can understand and never makes them feel foolish.

I am very thankful for this new ways to get better known to my body.
And even in my Job I can use same movements of the lessons,
thank you ;)

Join Marek and learn the five most essential practices for the knees in need. 

Live online course in five 90-minute Zoom meetings on five consecutive Monday beginning October 24th, 2022, 12:30 pm to 2 pm ET. If the time does not work for you please join us asynchronously using the recordings of the sessions at your convenience.

Use a discount code KNEES30 at the checkout to save $30.

Marek Wyszynski

Clinical Director, PT, GCFP

Marek is the President and Clinical Director of Physical Therapy and Feldenkrais® NYC, a member of the Hospital for Special Surgery Rehabilitation Network. He is also a co-founder of the Feldenkrais Foundation and the Feldenkrais Institute of New York. As a former supervisor of the New York Pain Treatment Program at Lenox Hill Hospital, Marek worked with Dr. Hans Kraus, a noted pioneer of sports medicine, physical medicine, rehabilitation, and trigger-point therapy.

For over 30 years, Marek has worked with clients who suffered from debilitating issues, such as pain, orthopedic challenges, neurological problems, and chronic diseases. His clients included top-level professional athletes, Olympians, accomplished artists, politicians, and people of all walks of life. Marek sees potential and talent in everyone and treats all of his clients as VIPs.

Marek is the Hospital for Special Surgery Rehabilitation Hip Preservation Certified Therapist. He has published articles in medical journals and conducts continuing education courses explicitly designed to “bridge” the complementary worlds of Physical Therapy and the Feldenkrais Method®.