Good use of ourselves starts with our minds.
A core principle of the Alexander Technique is mind-body unity, and development of mindfulness, awareness and attention are part of Alexander Technique training.
Learning the Alexander Technique includes: kinesthetic training, movement retraining, breathing recalibration and neuromuscular coordination. 10 to 30 lessons can improve your coordination, minimize repetitive movement injury, free up your voice coordination, alleviate chronic pain, and help combat daily stress.
Are you a singer, an actor, a public speaker, or an educator? FM Alexander was a Shakespearean actor who developed the Alexander Technique because he was losing his voice when reciting. As a classically trained singer and a voice trainer, Marieke is a specialist in voice coordination, production and retraining.
Musicians are trained with very specific movements. They also coordinate multiple activities simultaneously, such as playing their instrument, using their voice, reading music, watching a conductor, listening to other band members, and being aware of their audience. Apply the Alexander Technique to your music for greater ease and a better performance.
The Alexander Technique can alleviate movement discomfort in late pregnancy, facilitate a well-managed delivery, and reduce post-partum recovery time.
Developing better overall coordination benefits any sport by improving ergonomic movement and facilitating breathing. Run faster, jump higher, move more quickly and accurately, and be more competitive.
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