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Alexander Technique Program

The postural relationship of the head, neck and back Breath, Walking, Sitting & Standing with ease and presence Use of the arms and hands in instrumental performance, Repetitive Stress Syndrome, Stage Fright, Poise and artistry in performance

What is Alexander technique?
1. a way of learning how you can get rid of harmful tension in your body.
2. a method that works to change (movement) habits in our everyday activities.
3. a method for improving ease and freedom of movement, balance and coordination.
4. not a series of treatments or exercises, but rather a reeducation of the mind

Who need Alexander technique?
1. Do you carry excess tension in your body?
- cause a variety of unpleasant symptoms
- interfere with your ability to perform activities
2. Do you suffer from Repetitive Strain Injury or Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?
3. Do you have a backache or stiff neck and shoulders?
4. Do you become uncomfortable when sitting at your computer for long time?
5. Are you a singer, musician, actor, dancer or athlete and feel you are not performing at your full potential?
- performers who want to improve the quality of their singing, playing, acting or dancing.

Alexander technique Hepled:
Paul McCartney, Sting, Julian Bream, Yehudi Menuhin, James Galway, Sir Colin Davis

Schools where Alexander technique is being taught
1. the Julliard School of Performing Arts in New York
2. the Los Angeles Philharmonic
3. the New England Conservatory of Music
4. the Royal College of Music and the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London
5. the American Dance Festival
6. the Stratford Shakespearean Festival

Dr. Karl W. Snider:
D.M.A. U.S.C: M.A. Eastman School of Music; Professor at Loyola Marymount University and Mount Saint Mary's College; Certified instructor of the Alexander Technique

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