Mindful Alexander

Mindful Alexander

more awareness | less tension | pain relief

Alexander Technique Taught to a Young Man

What is the Alexander Technique?

The Alexander Technique is an educational method which helps a person, through a learning process, to improve mental, emotional and physical well-being by releasing tensions that cause pain and stress...

What Can AT Help with? - Image of a man with back issues.

What are the benefits of the Alexander Technique?

The Alexander Technique focuses on improving body awareness and movement coordination. It can be helpful for a wide range of issues and can benefit people from various backgrounds...

The Role of the AT Teacher - AT Teacher helping with shoulder issues

What is the Role of the Alexander Teacher?

The Alexander Technique Teacher uses non-invasive, hands-on and verbal instructions to teach a person how to move with greater ease, less tension and more comfort.

The Mindful Advantage

The Mindfulness Advantage

Mindfulness is the practice of being ‘here and now’, fully present to whatever experience is taking place in one’s life. Adding Mindfuleness to the Alexander Technique significantly enhances and amplifies the benefits of both practices.

The Alexander Technique

The Alexander Technique is an educational method which helps a person, through a learning process, to improve mental, emotional and physical well-being by releasing tensions that cause pain and stress. This method is effective in improving mobility and enhancing performance in all activities. The Alexander Technique can help with Muscular and Skeletal problems (Neck, Shoulder, Knee, Hip, Joint, Back and Lower Back pain).

Mindfulness

Mindfulness is the “awareness that emerges by paying attention, on purpose, non-judgmentally to the present moment” (John Kabat-Zinn). Mindfulness is the practice of being ‘here and now’, fully present to whatever experience is taking place in one’s life. This includes the awareness of both external events and what is going on in one’s own mind, emotions and physical sensations.
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