Alexander Technique – Re-education in Body Awareness
What is the Alexander Technique?
Developed over a hundred years ago by F. M. Alexander, the Alexander Technique (AT) is a hands-on approach to understanding human alignment. Applying AT principles leads to more reliable sensory perception, body awareness, and movement that is easier, more dynamic and much more enjoyable. The Alexander Technique is an educational process which teaches the student how to identify and undo poor and inefficient habits that may be causing stress and fatigue.
Who studies AT?
Anyone who experiences discomfort or disability due to stress, poor posture, repetitive stress injuries or movement problems. Examples:
• Performing artists
• Voice and movement educators
• Physical & massage therapists
• Public speakers
• Computer users
• Martial artists
• Retirees with limited range of motion
• Equestrians and other athletes
"Under Robbin's magic hands I felt like I grew several inches, got lighter and more balanced, and was able to move with a new ease and grace. As a singer, I find Alexander Technique enormously liberating, and Robbin is articulate and inspired, both in her verbal and her manual guidance.”
— Elise Witt, singer-songwriter
Read about Robbin in the VoyageATL January 2018 magazine.
Listen to Robbin speaking in an interview with Robert Rickover about the Alexander Technique and Music Education.
Watch and share this short video on the Alexander Technique: