Improving the 'use' of yourself in a general way can have unlimited benefits. Are you any of these people?
What happens in a lesson
In the classes you learn how to break free of your habitual movement patterns. Perhaps you’ll marvel at how easy and beautiful movements become when they are consistent with our design! Gentle manipulation helps you gain physical experience of Alexander’s ideas, and the principle-based approach to movement that you learn can be experimented with at your own pace during your day-to-day activities.
Learning this work opens a doorway to a world of change and improvement. The mental disciplines you develop through the study of how you move in activity can be taken into every area of your life, enabling you achieve more with less effort, be free of stereotypical behaviour, and to increasingly design the life of your dreams.
I graduated the four year training of Don Weed in the Interactive Teaching Method (ITM) of the Alexander Technique. To find out more about the ITM, go to https://www.itmalexandertechnique.org/.
For The Complete Guide to the Alexander Technique visit www.alexandertechnique.com
Book yourself in for an introductory lesson and find out for yourself!
The key to freedom and ease of motion
This work is all about improvement – about doing whatever you do, only doing it better. It’s the single most powerful tool for change out there … and it’s fun! Australian actor FM Alexander (1869-1955) formulated new principles of thinking and movement different from anything discovered or conceived of before. However, he never referred to his work as the Alexander Technique – he said “How can you name anything that is so comprehensive?”. He just called it ‘the work’. For over a hundred years people have been discovering this amazing constellation of tools and principles. It’s the most wonderful discipline or subject I’ve ever come across.