LEARNING OPTIONS

One On One Lessons

I primarily teach one on one out of my studio in the Summit Hill neighborhood of St. Paul, MN. Working with you one on one allows me to focus each lesson on your unique habits, needs and learning style.

If you are new to the Alexander Technique I suggest an introductory course of three lessons in three weeks. This allows you to gather enough information about the Technique and my teaching style to decide if a course of study is the right thing for you.

How many lessons you should take depends on your current conditions, your goals and how much you are willing to explore what you learn in your lessons on your own.

Some students get what they want in three lessons. On the other end of the spectrum, I have students who have studied with me for several years as they find the lessons continue to help them in many unexpected and wonderful ways.

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Group Classes

A group class can be a fun way to get a practical introduction to the basic concepts of the Technique. Although you don’t get the individual attention that one on one lessons offer, you will benefit from the group dynamic. All group classes are geared toward those with no prior experience with the Alexander Technique. Anyone is welcome to attend or repeat a class. 

All group classes are currently taught through St. Paul Public Schools Community Education.

Smart Phone Smart Body
Thurs Oct 4
6:45 – 8:00 pm
Highland Park Middle School
975 Snelling Ave S, St. Paul, MN 55116
(enter through the parking lot off Montreal Ave)

Our mobile technology has tremendous advantages. But, it can literally be a pain in the neck. Learn to mind your body while using your digital devices with some simple skills rooted in the Alexander Technique—a 100-year-old method for improving posture and body use.

Alexander Technique: Principles for Improving Posture and Relieving Pain
Four Thursdays (Oct 18 – Nov 8)
6:45 – 8:00 pm
Highland Park Middle School
975 Snelling Ave S, St. Paul, MN 55116
(enter through the parking lot off Montreal Ave)

The Alexander Technique is a practical, educational method used worldwide for over 100 years.  Learn how to improve posture, balance, and coordination by recognizing and unlearning common habits that cause stiffness, pain, and tension.  Some work will be done on the floor. Students should bring a mat to class.

Registration Info

Registration for group classes is through St. Paul Public Schools Community Education . Click the button below to register online. To register by phone call 651-744-5094. Registration will open in late August or early September. Sign up for the studio’s newsletter to receive an e-mail informing you when registration opens.

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Custom Workshops and Presentations

Customized workshops and presentations can be arranged for your group. Please contact the studio for details and pricing.

Residential Courses

There are various residential courses that take place around the country. I teach at a residential course in Malibu, CA (Dec) and North Carolina (July).