Alexander Technique Lessons


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An Introductory Alexander Technique lesson:

  • Clear hands-on guidance and education to help you discover how habits of unnecessary tension are limiting your ability to feel, move, and act in your life with more balance and ease.

  • Re-discover your basic postures and movements (such as sitting, standing, and walking) in a whole new way - with new awareness, intention, and fluidity.

  • Discover a first introduction to what the Alexander Technique is and how it can best help you…or refresh your practice and re-connect to the Alexander Technique if you’ve previously had lessons.

  • Have your questions answered both before and during the lesson so you feel comfortable and learn at the level right for your personal abilities and needs.

  • Learn to reduce excess tension and stress to move away from limiting habits of excess compression towards more freedom and ease in your movements and postures in activity.


Intro/ First Lesson

Personalized instruction in a helpful 50 minute lesson to introduce you to the Alexander Technique. $60

Single Lessons

Personalized 40 min lessons; best for those with uncertain schedules and frequent work or family travel. $60

Four Pack

Series of 4 private lessons paid in advance to boost your learning and practice over the month. $220
Available to current students.


 

Where are lessons located?
Private lessons are located 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.

Are there any special learning requirements?
No special skills or background are required. You can expect to focus on daily self-application, and to do about 10-20 minutes of specific practice each day depending on how motivated you are to integrate the Alexander Technique into your life or work.

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