Alexander Intro in NYC with 2 Master Teachers!

Two exceptional teachers who've not only had a big influence on my own use and teaching, but on the field-at-large will be giving an introductory workshop in New York City at the end of May. This is a rare opportunity! The event is free but they are accepting $25 donations, 100% of which goes to support the national organization of Alexander Teachers-a worthy cause.

The Alexander Technique: Self-Awareness in Action - An Introduction

Thursday May 31, 2012
3:00 – 4:45 PM

With Judy Stern and Jessica Wolf, AmSAT Certified Alexander Technique Teachers

Stanley H. Kaplan Penthouse
Samuel B. and David Rose Building
70 Lincoln Center Plaza
165 West 65th Street, New York, NY 10023

Open to the Public.

For anyone who dreams of reducing the stresses of day-to-day living, the Alexander
Technique is for you. F. M. Alexander's thoughtful, groundbreaking approach will help you manage the physical and mental challenges of life in modern society. Respiratory illness, back pain and other forms of chronic pain can be major contributors to these challenges. Learn with us how to approach these conditions creatively and highly effectively.

Judith Stern, M.S. P.T., and Jessica Wolf, Assistant Professor of The Alexander
Technique, Yale University, will introduce the Alexander Technique and its application
to daily life in an experiential lecture/demonstration. They will be assisted by AmSAT Certified Teachers.

Admission is free. No advanced registration required.
$25 Suggested (tax deductible) donations to AmSAT will be accepted.
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Presented by The American Society for the Alexander Technique
Celebrating 25 Years in Support of Excellence, since 1987


Alexander Technique in Dance Magazine

Alexander Technique is featured in an article in this month's Dance Magazine.

Alexander (along with other somatic forms) is becoming more and more a part of dance training, its principles integrated into the teaching of modern and ballet technique.

“Instead of doing something else, it’s more about stopping something, rather than adding something, (Luc) Vanier says. Dancers are used to always doing. Old corrections, dogma, worries, and fears have a tendency to hang around in a dance class. The Alexander Technique can bring a student back in contact with their capacity to reason out what is going on. "

To read the full article, The Somatics Infusion by Nancy Wozny Click here