Moti Nativ, a master teacher of Martial Arts, proficient in Ninjutsu/Budo Taijutsu (Bujinkan Dojo), Judo, and Krav Maga and a retired officer of the Israeli army. Moti began wrestling in 1967. In 1972, Moti’s wrestling couch was murdered by terrorists at the Munich olympic games. After Munich Moti left wrestling, searching for effective self-defence systems. Years of intensive training led to many injuries. Since his Feldenkrais® training in 1994 he has had no serious injuries despite teaching advanced Budo Taijutsu.
Moti’s carefully researched how Moshe Feldenkrais became a Judo master. He recognized how Feldenkrais’s Martial Arts training has contributed to the Awareness through Movement lessons®. Moti republished Moshe Feldenkrais’s book ‘Practical Unarmed Combat’ (1942); he has translated and published Moshe’s ‘Jiu-Jitsu and Self-defense’ (1930) to English. He also contributed to the republication of ‘Higher Judo’(1948) and ‘Autosuggestion’ (1929). His unique course, ‘Improving Warriors’ Ability’ provides Martial Arts instructors with training tools based on the Feldenkrais Method®.