Alexander Technique one-to-one work.

An Alexander Technique lesson involves gentle, accurate, hands-on guidance. The student is actively involved in the work. In this photo she is learning to find an optimal amount of effort in an activity that involves sitting still and allowing her arm to move.

If your back is not working correctly, the arms and shoulders get easily tired. Here, I’m helping Marissa to allow her shoulder to stay quiet while I’m moving her arm. Her back is poised in an effortless manner, which provides the best possible support for the arms, while also preventing back problems.