How is ALEXANDER Taught?

Contemporary Alexander work is taught sitting or standing, on a massage table, or in activity (musicians playing an instrument, dancers in choreography, accountants at a computer, cyclists on a bike, etc.). The work addresses the habitual physical, mental, and emotional patterns that affect the quality of our lives. The study of Alexander allows us to relieve chronic pain, deepen our self-knowledge, restore our innate coordination, and discover our bodies and lives as instruments of artistry.