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Alexander Technique

With time comes possibility!

The Alexander Technique is a movement reeducation practice that guides people to discover resilient posture, ease and efficiency in daily action.  Students become aware of their habits and engage their thinking to facilitate healthy change and coordinated movement.


We all have habitual ways of moving and thinking, which may get in the way of our most functional, confident, and expressive selves. Consider how you sit, speak, walk, eat, sleep, and react in a conversation.  Do you suffer from pain, discomfort, worry, lack of breath?  Habits can be changed; you have options.  The Alexander Technique teaches you that choice is possible.  You have a choice in how you live and respond to the world around you.


The practice is for anyone looking for a proactive approach to restoring their movement efficiency, reducing painful habits, and expanding their capabilities.  


Allow me to be your guide on this pathway to self-development.

Posture & Spinal Health

Movement is essential...

The health of your spine is connected to your overall wellness and quality of living.  


Whether typing at a chair, dancing through space, playing an instrument, holding a baby, or painting a picture, your head and spine are designed to move and respond naturally to the task at hand.  Posture is about balance and mobility.  Quite often, however, tension and holding patterns lead to pain, discomfort, and instability.


Mindfulness in daily action awakens and reorganizes the head-to-spine relationship, inviting greater movement efficiency and expression.  A sense of youthfulness, confidence, and vibrancy unfolds as you learn self-care tools and discover what it means to be dynamically aligned, supported, and coordinated around your daily practices.  


A resilient posture is possible with Alexander Technique.

Photo by Deanna Bell Photography.

Supportive Research

See the science...

A fantastic resource on the science behind the Alexander Technique with supportive articles can be found at: Alexander Technique Science

Other suggested articles and resources:

British Medical Journal article

American Society for the Alexander Technique

The Complete Guide to the Alexander Technique

Alexander Technique in Education

Effects of Sitting

Harvard Health Blog

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