|The Alexander lesson consists of observation and simple
movement lending clarity and understanding to how you function as a unit.
The teacher gives the student tools to undo hindering habits and access
natural coordination. Freedom and ease follow.
An example of simple activity is the work using a chair - how to sit, get up, stand, and get back into the chair. While the teacher guides the student verbally she applies her skills with a subtle touch allowing the student to experience hands-on direction.
Lessons are normally given on a one to one basis and are tailor-made for the individual. The amount of lessons you need in order to apply the basics of Alexander technique is personal.
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