IMPORTANT UPDATE REGARDING COVID-19
Laura is teaching Alexander Technique through remote teaching and movement coaching at this time. The principles and applications of Alexander can still be learned through online lessons via Zoom or FaceTime. While Alexander will not be hands on during this period, students can still develop new skills and agency over their body, breath, and thinking.
Contact Laura for information on remote teaching. We may be limited in our personal space, but we remain limitless in curiosity and potential.
Alexander Technique with Laura
Located in Los Angeles, CA
How I fell in love with AT
I came to the Alexander Technique as an opera singer looking to free my rigid body and shallow breathing and
to enhance my abilities as a performer. Alexander Technique became my secret weapon; after a lesson, everything was easier. I was finally getting out of my own way! Later in my life, I sustained a neck injury that was so serious it not only jeopardized my singing, but caused a great deal of pain in my day-to- day living. It was my Alexander Technique teacher who made the greatest impact on my recovery, helping me to calm intense pain and muscle spasms and rediscover my body's natural harmony and coordination.
What is the Alexander Technique?
Alexander Technique is moving, breathing, and living easier. The Alexander Technique is a method of examining how our habits interfere with our everyday lives and developing intelligent solutions. The Alexander Technique is used to reduce pain and excess tension, boost performance ability, combat stress, and gain conscious control in any activity. Alexander Technique is not learning to DO something new, it is learning to UNDO the habits that stand between you and your potential.
What happens in an Alexander Technique lesson?
Alexander Technique lessons involve hands-on guidance from a teacher, engaging in movements and activities to explore how your mind and body are at work. Such activities may include sitting, standing, walking, or performing the activity that brought you to a teacher in the first place. While the lesson can feel therapeutic, you will be mentally engaged throughout. You may walk out feeling a new sense of ease, lightness, and awareness that can eventually become your new normal. Lessons are often one-on-one, but I am also available for small groups at my space or large group classes if a large space is available. There are many ways we can explore the Alexander Technique!
Alexander Technique Benefits
Ease Pain and Excess Tension
Improve Breathing Coordination
Improve Coordination and Balance
Overcome Stress and Anxiety
Find Ease in Any Activity
Unlock. Unwind. Undo. Enjoy.