What are the Benefits?
An overall reduction of excess tension and improvement to coordination in all daily activities.
Refinement of skill
Performance anxiety reduction
Injury prevention and recovery (dancers, athletes, musicians)
Back pain- all types
Repetitive Stress Injuries
Recovery from injury
* Singer's Intensive - MFA Opera students, UT School of Music
"the best thing I learned was to give myself some time during the day... to allow more and to force less."
"all this non-work has made my singing voice stronger yet easier. Warming up takes half the time it used to"
"I feel less frazzled, more focused, and less pressure when I do Alexander"
"using AT not only makes us feel better but makes a difference in our sound"
* Introduction to AT - Episcopal Actors Guild, NYC
"Again, thank you so much for a wonderful class. I have a sense of awareness about my body and how to release all that I am holding onto. And to be gentle!! I really needed your class and am so grateful!!"
- K. Lehman Foster
"After many years of Alexander... there was not one moment that I felt like I was hearing something verbatim from a text book, you taught the basics with such energy that it felt like I was greeting old friends but also finding new ways to understand. The online aspect did not take away from the experience, in fact it was empowering to know that I am able to connect with a group and myself in this fashion."
- C. Addicott
* Introduction to AT for future leaders in STEM - EDsnaps, Bronx NY
"Thank you so much, the workshop was amazing. Personally I learned a lot and thank you for your powerful, “get-to-know” Alexander Techniques... From a neuroscience point of view very interesting. We talked a bit after the workshop and it was clear that the students were stunned by the effects. Their comments were valuable, totally not what they expected, so this is a fantastic powerful opportunity and eye-opener."
-Dr. Susanne Cappendijk, PhD, MBA