Individual lessons help one to learn how to practice the principles of the Alexander Technique for oneself. Although no specific results are guaranteed, the many and often experienced benefits of the Technique depend on bringing the principles of the work into your everyday life.
In a lesson the teacher uses verbal coaching and gentle hands-on work to guide movement that enhances the student’s kinesthetic (movement) awareness. Practical and relevant anatomical information is shared. Lessons take place fully clothed. Trousers or pants work best, rather then dresses or tight clothing.
Changing the way we use ourself involves time. New, more efficient habits of moving and thinking need regular encouragement and support, especially at the beginning.
After an initial intro set of three lessons (2 for the price of 3), it’s usually recommended that a student consider a series of lessons. Progress is generally faster if lessons are scheduled once per week. The initial intro set of three lessons should be taken, ideally, within one week. If this is not possible, then within two to three weeks. It is important to experience the continuity of progress that is possible, especially at the beginning of your journey.
Everyone responds uniquely. Individual circumstances are always taken into account when considering how many lessons may be recommended.
After studying for a time, some students enjoy periodic “tune-up” lessons.
The process of the Alexander Technique is educational in nature and does not constitute medical treatment. The information exchanged during sessions is to be used at your own discretion. When in doubt, see your appropriate medical professional. Please take responsibility for alerting the teacher about any conditions that would affect this work.
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1 composure or self-possession of manner.
2 equilibrium; a stable state.
3 carriage (of the head, etc.)
1 Balance; hold suspended or supported.
2 carry (one’s head, etc., in a specified way.)
3 Be balanced; hover in the air.
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