The international Feldenkrais community is organised geographically through national professional associations. The local associations usually promote the profession nationally and offer Advanced Training to their members. They are legal organisations constituted according to the local law and collaborate internationally within the International Feldenkrais Federation. This organisation promotes the growth of the method worldwide by maintaining communication and collaboration between its members. To become a member of the IFF (International Feldenkrais Federation), a guild has to comply with specific legal and structural criteria and be approved by the General Assembly.

To maintain international professional training and education standards, all the Training Programs must be approved by a TAB (Training Accreditation Board) and follow the same Guidelines. Currently, there are four TABs around the world: AUSTAB - for Australia and Asia, ETAB - for Europe and Israel, DTAB - for Germany, and NATAB - responsible for North and South America.

Training Programs approved by the TAB are usually organised by private entities and led by an educational team whose skills are recognised and acknowledged by the international community.