MSTAT DMU DCR(R)
10 Week Course : £700
This course will introduce you to the Alexander Technique, giving you an overview of its potential to help you in your practice and performance, as well as in daily life, and a set of practical skills you can apply every day.
The Alexander work helps you become more aware of how your mind and body function, your intentions and your automatic habits in responding to whatever is going around you. Physical habits are often the most noticeable initially and musicians especially can benefit greatly from experiencing a more natural poise and ease, especially when relating to their musical instrument.
Mental and emotional responses to different situations also become clearer once you become more aware. You can find more calm and choices available to you with this knowledge. With practical tools to help, practise, performance and every day life can be approached differently, with more confidence and ease.
The course will consist of ten, 60 minute sessions. Two sessions will be reserved for individual, hands-
Each of the group lessons will cover a different topic relevant to the students (see
summary below), and be mostly experiential in nature. Handouts covering the theoretical background will accompany each session. The sessions will encourage curiosity and questioning –
in a non-
atmosphere, students will be encouraged to engage in the practical experiments and talk about what they notice about themselves and whatever is happening.
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