The Alexander Technique allows you to let go of tension through thinking in activity.  When we utilize the power of our awareness, we can begin to notice and release habits of movement and thinking that are not serving us.  In a lesson, the teacher provides verbal instructions and hands-on guidance while the student explores everyday activities like sitting and walking, or movements of the student's choice.  A lesson may also include more passive activity on a massage table or the floor to encourage deeper release that can also be carried into activity.

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You are not here to do exercises or to learn to do something right, but to become able to meet a stimulus that always puts you wrong and learn how to deal with it.
— F.M. Alexander, founder of the Alexander Technique