Alexander Technique is taught through a
series of individual lessons.
During the lesson the pupil
experiences standing, sitting and moving
with increasingly less effort and tension as
habits interfering with the body's natural
functioning are unlearned.
progresses the changes experienced in the
lesson become integrated into daily living
until what's learned has become second
nature. Pupils find that they're
performing the activities of their lives -
simple to highly skilled - with ease and
poise and notice that they're responding to
the many stresses in life with far less
Lessons are on a weekly basis except during
the first month in which a
slightly greater frequency is recommended.