Your perception of your body affects your posture & quality of movement. Inefficient movement patterns can lead to stress and tension, and eventually to pain and dis-ease.
The teachings of the Alexander Technique help you understand the ways in which you habitually move, how it affects you and how you can bring yourself into the new alignment, poise, and lightness of being.
The Alexander Technique is recognized worldwide as the leading educational method to improve how we move, both generally and specifically.
This is an experiential workshop. Be prepared to come away with a new embodied understanding of how you relate to yourself and the world around you.
Flora D.H. Ojanen is the owner of Walk In Balance Alexander Technique Center. Additionally, she is a Yoga Alliance-certified yoga teacher and ergonomic consultant. She holds private and group lessons at her office in downtown SF and sessions onsite at Bay Area companies. Flora investigates Alexander Technique applications for the practice of yoga and has developed 'Alexander Yoga' to bring that expertise to the yoga community.
Flora believes in the potential of the Alexander Technique to ease and prevent the leading influence of all disease: stress. In her teachings, she identifies creative ways to help students develop their own healing potential through self-awareness and self-guidance that they can apply to every aspect of their lives.
Seth Ambrose has been teaching the Alexander Technique since 2008. He brings his performance arts background to the technique, specializing in work with actors, singers, and musicians. Seth's office is in Potrero Hill, where he also works as a somatic psychotherapist.
Early Bird $30