Learn to change harmful movement habits through the principles of the Alexander Technique, an effective and gentle mind/body practice that can be applied to any of your daily activities.
We are designed to move fluidly, in balance, with vigor and ease. But many of us find that our lifestyles limit movement as we perform work that requires long hours of sitting, concentrating, and multi-tasking. We often end up with an excess of physical and mental tension.
We cannot always change the demands of our professional and personal lives, but with conscious attention to movement habits, we can learn to give ourselves a new way of moving so we are not restricted by the stresses of our lives. Through gentle hands-on guidance and verbal direction, you will learn to regain your natural poise. When applied to daily activities, the principles of the Alexander Technique can provide you with:
- Improved, natural postural support
- Reduction of muscular tension
- Balance in sitting, standing, walking and bending
- Ease of breathing and a sense of well-being
When: Wednesdays January 9th through February 6th, 2019
Cost: $125 Register by January 3 Payment by check
Wendy Salkind has been helping people find more ease in daily movement with the Alexander Technique since 1992. She teaches classes, workshops and she works with individuals who have restricted movement due to tension or injury, as well as with performers who want to have greater physical expression and mental clarity. She recently retired from 37 years at UMBC, as a Professor Emerita of Theatre
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