Alexander Technique

People work, they play, they go about their daily lives often out of necessity. Self-observation is not always a part of this routine. We are not aware of many of the movements we make, several are learned, and some have come from necessity or injury. These movements have brought us where we are today. I suggest we take the time to notice how we move and how we think about our movement. I teach the practice of self-observation through movement. Through studying how human bodies are designed to move, and with gentle guidance, you can find physical choices that will help you work, play and go about your daily life with more comfort. You are able to decide when making a conscience movement choice will improve the overall day. You may begin to have more energy or less pain. In time, these conscience movement choices can become natural. You can learn to move and be content in the things you do.

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Kansas City Alexander Technique