Your Alexander Technique Lesson
Your first Alexander lesson will start with a brief review of the reason(s) for the lesson and how the Alexander Technique can best help you.
You’ll then begin to learn with the Alexander Technique through hands on guidance and verbal instruction to directly experience and clarify your awareness, movement, and posture in a new way.
We’ll use your everyday movements (sitting, standing, or walking as the core framework for you to learn and practice the Alexander Technique in your life; to recognize and reduce habits of excess tension, so you can move and use yourself in a more optimal way.
If your goals are to improve how your use yourself in a specific activity (i.e acting, music, work tasks, athletic movements etc..), then we will begin to explore applying the Alexander Technique to this activity so you can begin to discover enhanced awareness, dynamic muscle tone, and greater ease in how you use yourself in action.
There will be time to ask any questions you have, so you feel comfortable and learn at the level right for you, and you’ll finish with a simple practice and clear tools to begin to practice the Alexander Technique to improve your own life.
A First Lesson
Personalized instruction in a helpful 50 minute lesson to introduce you to the Alexander Technique.
Personalized 40 min lessons; best for those with uncertain schedules and frequent work or family travel.
Series of 4 private lessons paid in advance to save and boost your learning and practice over the month.
*Available to current students only.
*For current availability and rates please get in touch
Where are lessons located?
Private lessons are located in the Mount Pleasant neighborhood of Vancouver - one block west of Vancouver Community College (Broadway) in Mark’s home studio.
There is safe, accessible, free parking in the area and the studio is easily accessible by public transportation.
What are the current lesson times/ availability?
Due to student demand please contact Mark for current availability.
Who is the Alexander Technique best for?
The Alexander Technique is best for people wanting to learn how to make a change for themselves. It's not a passive process - instead, it’s a skill that you develop and apply in your life. The more you integrate the practice into your everyday life or work, the faster you will learn, and the more benefits you will see.
No special skills or background are required, but you can expect to focus on daily self-application (i.e directly applying the Alexander Technique in the activities and movements you already do), and to do about 10-20 minutes of additional practice each day.
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