The Jeremy Krauss Approach® (JKA) is a neurophysiological therapy based on the Feldenkrais method, especially for children with disabilities. The original perspective of the method is based on experiential learning of the dynamics of movement coordination and sensory stimuli from time to time appropriate to the formation of a motor skill. Recent research on neuro-plasticity reinforces the hypothesis already formulated by Moshe Feldenkrais and taken up by Jeremy Krauss: the brain is able to form new connections when a coherent motor experience stimulates the reorganization of neural pathways.
The Jeremy Krauss approach provides a therapeutic and experiential learning process that encourages children and adults to develop and enhance their abilities to resolve functional and developmental difficulties through exploratory variations constrained and facilitated by the practitioner.
In this sense, the process is defined as a “progressive formation of developmental skills.”