TAB accredited 

On the website IFF Member Organizations you can find a list of all IFF member organizations that offer Feldenkrais® professional training programs.
The IFF is a federation of Feldenkrais Guilds and Associations in 22 countries, along with the Training Accreditation Boards (TABs) on three continents and the Feldenkrais family. Its member organizations represent about 7,000 teachers and practitioners and 880 trainees.

Independent Feldenkrais Trainings

There are numerous Feldenkrais trainings not associated with Feldenkrais Guilds. They differ in various points such as time frame and costs, but most prominently in that graduation from these trainings DOES NOT give graduates the right to use any of FGNA’s trademarks, service marks, certification marks, logos, and trade names (such as Feldenkrais®, Feldenkrais Method®, Guild Certified Feldenkrais Teacher®, Awareness Through Movement®, ATM®, Functional Integration®, FI®, GCFT(CM), Feldenkrais Practitioner(CM), GCFP(CM), etc.) in any form, other than as part of the phrase “Dr. Moshe Feldenkrais.” There are special crossover policy for graduates from some of them (like Eli Wadler’s or early Mia Segal’s trainings) to join national associations of Feldenkrais teachers (guilds) as full member, in some countries such graduates can join as assosiate member without any special requerements (e.g. Switzerland or Belgium). In other countries national associations didn’t have any tradmarks (e.g. Germany). Most of graduates from this trainings in Europe join alternative proffesional assosiation Feldenkrais Network International.
Here’s a rather incomplete list of independent Feldenkrais trainings:


There are also many branches (and branches of branches) of the method created by the followers of Moshe Feldenkreis, here some of them (some branches take only a certain aspect of Moshe Feldenkreis’ work and develop in it, some simplify the method for certain applications, some combine with another approaches and methods, and others only superficially copy some of the techniques of the method):