When incorporating the unique lessons learned in the Alexander Technique, you can bring powerful, fundamental coordination skills to all your beloved movement activities such as all sports, yoga, pilates, martial arts, body building, rock climbing, music, dance, and theater.
"Let the beauty you love be what you do." Rumi
The Technique is taught worldwide at universities, conservatories and theater companies, including the Juilliard School, the Yale School of Drama, ACT San Francisco, the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television, the New England Conservatory of Music, and many more.
An Alexander Teacher will work with you first on overall self-expression and body/mind coordination, and then incorporate your instrument, text, tool or practice piece into lessons.
The Alexander Technique promotes Independence.
For over 100 years, Performing Artists, Musicians, Dancers, Athletes and Martial Artists have used the Technique to be more effective on stage or to increase muscle tone and flexibility.
Educators, Actors and Musicians such as John Dewey, William Hurt, Jeremy Irons, Madonna, Paul McCartney, Sting, Christopher Reeve, George Bernard Shaw, Mary Steenburgen, Aldous Huxley, Paul Newman and Robin Williams claim to have benefited from the Alexander Technique.
Public Speakers, and Business Professionals can gain greater confidence and persuasiveness.
Voice and Movement Educators can learn to increase their own body awareness.
Yoga and Bodywork Practitioners can enhance their understanding of poise.
Professionals in physically demanding and mentally stressful occupations, such as
Tech Industry workers, Medical Doctors, or Managers of large organizations etc. can learn to improve their well-being and prevent stress and fatigue through learning the Alexander Technique.
People who want to improve their own personal growth and development can learn means for self-exploration and self-development.
How can one method help all these people, you ask? Because all have a body, and when the body is taught to express itself effortlessly, all mental and physical expressions improve.
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