The Alexander Technique is helpful to anyone who has a curiosity about how and why they

move the way they do.  The AT can be applied to daily life, improving coordination, easing

tension and uncovering the underlying causes of chronic pain or fatigue.  Furthermore, AT

can help improve athletic performance by optimizing access to our natural movement

coordination and helping with focus and an overall positive, present attention in our

activities.  For performing artists, for whom the body is always the primary instrument, AT

teaches a deep, finely honed awareness of our bodies in motion, from the delicate, buoyant

support of our breath, to dynamic core support, and a generous, freely expressive use of

our limbs.