Upcoming Workshops

Small Group Classes

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Alexander Technique: An Antidote to Everyday Stress*

A 6-session introductory class for adults of all physical abilities, introducing the history and basic principles of the technique. Participants will gain a hands-on experience of tools and practices they can immediately apply to their own everyday activities.   

Tuesdays, 6:30-8:00 PM April 30th through June 4th 

Info and registration at UC's Communiversity, course #1032018-2

*I love teaching this class; Communiversity students are always enthusiastic, interesting and contribute to class camaraderie . I'm always pleased with how much ground we  manage to cover in 6 weeks! 

New! Helping Hands; Relaxing & Energizing Our Hands for Work & Recreation
This hands-on workshop (pardon the pun...) combines a posturally-supportive Alexander Technique procedure called Hands on the Back of the Chair with energizing Qi Gong exercises for wrists, hands, and fingers. You will learn how to integrate hand activity with your musculoskeletal support system which helps you hold and manipulate things with greater ease and skill, and to gesture with appropriate expressiveness.  

Saturday, April 27th, 10-11: 30 AM
Info and registration at UC's Communiversity, course #1112019

Guest Speaker, Feb 21; Holistic Pain Management Series presented by Healthwell Enterprises. For information on the complete four-part series visit healthwellenterprises.com

Contact me about scheduling group workshops or presentations at your workplace, school or other venue. Topics can be tailored to your needs and curiosity.  Previous workshops include:  

  • Getting Up on the Right Side of the Bed: A workshop dedicated better sleep and preventing morning stiffness and achiness. 
  • Walking the Alexander Way: A workshop designed to help people reap all the benefits that walking can offer while putting a spring in their step and a smile on their face.
  • Ergonomic Improv: How to make make the most of work-station space,  use ergonomic devices effectively and find biomechanical solutions to workplace demands. 
  • Act Naturally: Lose your 'tells', avoid being type-cast and find the structural support that can help you strut across a raked stage in stilettos, affect a limp or portray a hunchback without hurting yourself. 
  • Perform with Poise: Get a better grip on your instrument, props or voice to get rid of musculoskeletal tensions and command your audience with ease and self-assurance