The article below was published over 35 years ago in People magazine right after Feldenkrais completed a segment of the Amherst training. I thought you might enjoy it:
"Feldenkrais...has managed to build a reputation as a miracle worker, largely on the basis of his impressive success in treating victims of cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis and stroke. He bristles at the notion that these people are hopelessly brain damaged. "Who among us uses every part of the brain to the fullest?" he asks. "Most of us use maybe five percent of our mind-body potential. In that sense, we are all brain-damaged." More here: Feldenkrais People Magazine 1981
And here is a pdf version of the article that you can download.