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I provide coaching in rethinking your daily movements so that you can move more efficiently, easily, and confidently, based on the principles of the Alexander Technique.
The Alexander Technique is an educational method used worldwide for over 100 years. By teaching how to change faulty postural habits, it enables improved mobility, posture, performance and alertness along with relief of chronic stiffness, tension and stress.
It's a program for everyone! Office workers can learn how to reduce environmental stresses. Performers often use it to expand their physical capacity. And as a low-stress program, it’s especially helpful for people recovering from injury, pregnant women, and seniors.
And it has scientific support! A study by the British Medical Journal found that the Alexander Technique provided long-term relief for sufferers of chronic back pain.
An Alexander lesson provides one-on-one attention to you as the student, and is personalized to your particular needs. We'll focus on techniques that can be directly applied to your everyday activities, like working on a computer, driving a car, or playing a musical instrument.
I certified as a teacher of the Alexander Technique at Alexander Technique Training in Chicago (ATTiC) under master teacher Daria Okugawa.
This certification process, recognized by the professional organization the American Society for the Alexander Technique (AmSAT), is a rigorous, apprenticeship-based program requiring a minimum of 1600 hours of study.
No previous experience is necessary! The best way of learning what Alexander Technique is like and if you will enjoy it is by scheduling a lesson. I will get to know your interests and concerns and customize the instruction to your needs.