The Alexander Technique: The Performing Artist's Secret Weapon
    • Performance Enhancement
    • Injury Prevention and Recovery
    • Postural Re-Education

For over 100 years, The Alexander Technique helped performing artists to improve skill, safety and efficiency in performance. The habit of performing daily and specialized activities with excess muscle tension can interfere with co-ordination, cause compression on joints and nerves, and contribute to pain, stress and fatigue. By learning to release excess muscular effort and move in accordance with the design of your body, you will increase flexibility, reduce your risk for injury, improve your skill in performance and feel lighter and easier throughout the day.

The Alexander Technique is taught in Performing Arts Programs throughout the world:

  • The Juilliard School
  • Manhattan School of Music
  • Mannes College
  • Carnegie Melon University
  • NYU
  • Sarah Lawrence
  •  The Royal Academy of Music
  •  Guild Hall

The Alexander Technique teaches you a skill that you apply throughout your life. Over a course of private lessons, you will learn:

    • How to achieve more effortless, upright posture
    • How to recognize when you may be putting yourself at risk for injury
    • How to use floorwork to relieve the day's stress
    • How to move safely and efficiently
    • How to manage the mental and physical stress of performance
    • How to facilitate prevention and recovery from overuse injuries

 You can apply your Alexander skills anytime, anywhere, during any activity ‚there is no equipment, no special exercises, and no need to stop what you are doing.