Allyna is a lifelong New Yorker who has practiced the Alexander Technique for over 15 years, after learning about it from an orthopedist at Mt. Sinai Medical Center. She has used the technique to relieve pain, heal and regain strength after surgery, improve her posture and vocal clarity, create more connection on the dance floor, and more. Allyna teaches from her own experience and a deep knowledge of the Alexander Technique gained from studying at the Balance Arts Center in New York City and with teachers from around the world. Allyna brings the Alexander Technique into all aspects of living and can help you do the same.
Mission & Experience
Allyna is committed to improving health and wellness via innovative and creative applications of Alexander Technique. She holds a Master of Public Health from the City University of New York, and pairs her customized lessons and wellness tips with a broad knowledge of public health principles. To learn more about Allyna’s career in public health, visit www.linkedin.com/in/allynasteinberg.
Allyna is also committed to working with diverse communities and to this end co-founded the Alexander Technique Diversity Coalition.
Alexander Technique Teacher Training
- Completed 1600 training focused on the principles of the Alexander Technique, embodiment of those principles, and teaching those principles to others. Emphasized hands-on work, movement observation and analysis, sensory awareness, teaching and learning theory, basic anatomy and kinesiology or body mechanics, and applications to daily life.
Post-Graduate Certificates of Study
- Human Developmental Movement. Focused on understanding human developmental movement from infancy to adulthood and practical applications to Alexander Technique lessons to help students improve natural coordination. Included exploration of the Dart Procedures, a movement sequence based on the work of one of the foremost anatomists and anthropologists of the 20th century (Raymond Dart) and Alexander Technique teachers' Joan and Alex Murray.
- Hypermobility Spectrum Disorder (HSD) and Ehlers-Danlos Syndromes (EDS). Focused on scientific and medical expertise around HSD/EDS and how to adapt and apply the Alexander Technique principles to help students with these conditions (and others facing connective tissue issues like most of us do as we age) to find stability within their instability, creating greater fluidity and ease. Included hands-on work with the HSD/EDS community.