Anastasi Siotas is a Feldenkrais teacher based in New York City. He is Greek-Australian and studied at The University of Melbourne, earning a Bachelor of Science degree with Honors, and later a Masters in Education and a Masters in Movement and Dance. His professional experience includes Commonwealth-funded research in Marine Cell Biology and Professional Modern Dance and Choreography, before undertaking training in the Feldenkrais Method® at The University of Sydney in 1993.
Anastasi moved to New York in 1997 to further his studies. He trained in Kinesthetic Anatomy with choreographer and anatomist Irene Dowd. He then trained as a Certified Movement Analyst at the Laban/Bartenieff Institute of Movement Studies in NY. Anastasi is also an exponent of Anatomy for the 21st Century, studying directly with pioneering Orthopedist and father of Biotensegrity, Dr. Stephen Levin.
Anastasi maintains a private practice in movement education in downtown Manhattan. He blends his knowledge of Anatomy and Movement with experience gained as a Trainer Candidate in the Feldenkrais Method® assisting in the training of new practitioners at the Feldenkrais Institute of New York, as well as in training programs throughout the US, Europe, Australia, and Asia.