Why Alexander Technique?

“After an Alexander Technique lesson I am feeling so good, light, and relaxed and all my channels are open...!”

Why Alexander Technique?

Alexander Technique lessons will give you more awareness of your habitual patterns and your whole physical, mental and emotional self.

You may habitually sit at the computer with your neck jutting forward and your shoulders up.
Or maybe you try to pack too many tasks into too little time and often leave late for appointments feeling stressed.
Maybe you are a musician, thinking negative thoughts while practising, which makes you more nervous than you would like to be. 

Once you begin to be more aware, you will learn how to release the unnecessary tension in your neck and shoulders while you’re at the computer.
Or learn how to think helpful rather than negative thoughts while practising a musical instrument.
Or learn how to be more connected to your (musical) feelings.

In this way you are addressing the root causes of issues, since the start of your habitual patterns lie in your brain... and since by learning the Alexander Technique you will be reprogramming your brain, you are working on a long-term solution.

Imagine your roof is leaking. Instead of needing to empty the bucket again and again, wouldn’t you rather repair the roof?

Obviously your brain and nervous system are connected to your breathing, your tension levels, to the way you move, how you feel; in other words learning the Alexander Technique reconnects you to your body, mind and emotions.

The Alexander Technique is taught at most conservatories, drama schools and dance academies around the world.

But the Alexander Technique is of great help for everybody. Maybe you’re doing a lot of computer work, would like more ease in standing/sitting/walking, or would like to be less stressed?

Learning the Alexander Technique is like learning to play a musical instrument. Only... you yourself are the instrument!

What is Alexander Technique?
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How does it work?
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Other interesting webpages: www.alexandertechnique.com, www.alexandertechniek.nl, www.thedevelopingself.net, www.stat.org.uk