Janelle Keane Campoverde is adjunct faculty for Evergreen State College and Antioch University teaching movement and sensory awareness. She designs and teaches courses in somatic education, drawing from her work as a certified Feldenkrais teacher over 27 years and her extensive studies with pioneers in the field of movement, perception and sensory awareness.

Her private practice in Feldenkrais Functional Integration focuses on restoring efficient and comfortable movement, whatever the limitation or concern. Also, she offers Bones for Life classes that promote bone density and safe alignment for aging bodies.  She also teaches classes and in private hands-on sessions with babies, stimulating their neuromuscular development.

She is a certified Child’Space parent educator, helping families to support their babies’ development through touch, particularly during the critical period from birth to independent walking.

In all of her instruction, Janelle taps into our innate ability to learn most effectively when we enjoy ourselves.