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Group Classes

GROUP CLASSES

“The Alexander Technique … teaches you how to bring more practical intelligence into what you are already doing; how to eliminate stereotypic responses; how to deal with habit and change.  It opens a window onto the little known area between stimulus and response and gives you the self-knowledge you need in order to change the pattern of your response….”    – Frank Pierce Jones, Body Awareness In Action

Ongoing group classes are offered in
Center City, Philadelphia and Kennett Square

Lunch-Time Alexander
Ongoing drop-in group classes exploring Alexander’s discoveries

Mondays, noon – 1:00pm

(no class 9/4)
September 11th through December 18th

1420 Walnut Street, Suite 1420
Center City Philadelphia

$25 drop-in rate (no registration needed)
Call 610.506.2987 for information

Perfect as an introduction to the Technique or for deepening your study — Each student receives hands-on guidance at every class, and students are encouraged to bring any props or objects that are needed to work with an activity of their choice (such as laptops, instruments, scripts, etc.).

Living In Balance
Ongoing group classes applying Alexander’s principles to everyday tasks and the art of aging

Tuesdays, 10:00 – 11:00am

Through December 19th
Sports Room at Crosslands retirement community in Kennett Square

Call 610.506.2987 for information

 

Group classes work equally well as an introduction to the Technique or for continued study. Classes are not sequential – you are welcome to join at any time. Each class addresses the particular needs and interests of those present and are designed for students of all ages and at all levels of experience.

Group classes are an economical option for study and learning in a group works especially well for visual learners and for people who can find  kinesthetic information over-stimulating. Learning in groups helps refine your observational skills and promotes a healthy incentive to directly apply the work on your own.