Looking for online Alexander Technique lessons? We live in hope that easing of lockdown restrictions may not be too far away but, in the meantime, are finding our own ways to cope with the situation including eating well, taking more regular exercise, and setting time aside for ourselves. Those who practice the Alexander Technique are very fortunate because they have learned strategies to help manage their well being.
For many, thinking only of themselves is not on the agenda – they are working harder than ever before and, being under increasingly new pressures, emotionally and physically. Whatever your situation, this could be the time to discover the opportunities that learning the Alexander Technique can offer for resetting and living life in a more sustainable way. Those who already practice the Technique will be familiar with how thinking and emotions affect physical well-being; they have a ‘toolbox’ to help in these situations. So, when things get difficult, they can revisit what has been learned.
If you would like Alexander Technique support, I am now providing online Alexander Technique lessons via Zoom. If you already practice the Technique you may be interested in some virtual lessons. If you are new to the Technique you may like to find out more and experience an initial lesson. At this time you will not be able to experience any ‘hands on’ support but, in some ways, this may help you to become more independent and less reliant on the teacher; the Alexander Technique is principally about thinking and how that influences functioning.
I can demonstrate, verbally advise you, observe your practice and give you feedback just the same as if you were present in the room. During the first few lessons we may have some teething issues until we get used to the technology, but this will be a good lesson in how to manage our reaction to the stimulus, apply our directions and continue without the tension (and frustration) for us to not respond with tension to the frustrations of technology!
Online Alexander Technique lessons will provide a good basic introduction for newcomers learning the Alexander Technique, but I recommend that you do not rely totally on this method of learning and, when restrictions allow, personal one-to-one lessons would be far more beneficial.
If you are interested, do contact me, confirming that you have Zoom software installed and letting me know days and times that are convenient. I will then book you in for an online session.
Contact Kay 01803 813894