An individual session is the best way to learn.
The Alexander Technique is a versatile skill set. Essentially what you are learning is how to meet a stimulus, recognize how you respond and then give your self choices about how you respond. There are 6 essential exercises known as the “classic procedures”:
Semi supine - laying on the back with the feet on the floor, knees folded,
Sitting and standing,
Folding into semi flexion - standing with a fold forward in the hip knee and ankle,
Lunge - the transfer of weight from one foot to the other,
Hands on back of chair - using the hands,
Whispered ah - breath control and vocal production,
Each one of these exercises touches on every aspect of human interaction.
9:00am - 3:00pm Tuesday and Wednesday
A session costs $100 for 45 minutes.
If using therapeutically, a minimum of 24 weekly sessions is recommended.
UVBA rates available.
The Beginners guide to the Alexander Technique is a great course if you have no experience. Over weekly sessions you will be introduced to the basics. Specifically we will look at the basic principles and learn how to apply them while working with the Classic Procedures. These sessions are only available through the:
November 7th to December 19th - no class on November 21st.
Women’s Health and Resource Center,
Call 603 650 2600.
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Alexander work looks at movement in a way that truly units the mind body connection. It is the ultimate mindful practice. In playing with poise we explore habits, ways of thinking, ways of walking and moving, to find ease of movement, better breathing and better balance.
11:00am - 12:00pm - Friday’s
October 6th - October 28th
CCBA in Lebanon NH.
1 Taylor Street
Lebanon NH 03766
There are key elements to performing that all performers can learn and master. The art of presence and audience connection are two. In this series of classes you will discover how to use or loose your own personal habits, experiment with different ways of thinking and seeing to influence performance, be introduced to the story and principles of Alexanders work, find ease in your movement, coordinate your breathing, and to develop your skill of presence in the performance setting.
7:00pm - 8:00pm Wednesday’s
January 9th 2024
New England School of the Arts
Lebanon NH 03766