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Alexander Technique: A practical introduction

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Alexander Technique: A practical introduction
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 ChGenre: eLearning | Language: English + srt | Duration: 23 lectures (1h 26m) | Size: 1.78 GB

Improve your posture, movements, wellbeing, health and performance.

Recover from or avoid pain and injury
Understand what the Alexander Technique is, how it can help you and how to learn it
Understand how your posture and movement habits are affecting your health and know how to change them
Be able to apply Alexander Technique to simple activities to restore natural movements and improve efficiency and coordination.
Be able to use Alexander Technique to reduce tension, improve balance and mobility and find greater ease and comfort in all aspects of your life.
Know how to continue learning and applying the Alexander Technique to carry on benefitting long after the end of the course.
There are no prerequisites for taking this course. The Alexander Technique is useful for those suffering from conditions such as back pain or RSI but everyone can benefit from learning it.
You will need a quiet space where you won't be disturbed to explore the learning activities
For the 'Constructive Rest' lesson, you will need space to lie down on a supportive, soft surface such as a carpet or mat. You will also need a few paperback books to support your head
In this practical introduction to the Alexander Technique, you will discover why the technique has been so popular with those wishing to improve their health, posture, movements and performance for over 120 years!
You will learn how to pay better attention to yourself and break the unconscious movement and posture habits that are causing discomfort and pain in all our lives.
You will be guided through a range of lessons designed to teach you to apply the Alexander Technique in a light hearted but effective way.
There's not a ton of theory or jargon, no strenuous exercises and the course can be completed by people of any age.
The Alexander Technique is clinically proven to help with back pain and neck pain and those that use it find it can help with a vast range of issues such as:
Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI)
Back Pain
Knee issues (Arthritis etc.)
Hip and Pelvic problems
Forward head posture
Breathing problems
People also use the technique to improve many activities:
Musical performance
Public speaking
Sports and exercise
Those that learn the technique also report improvements such as:
Better balance
Less aches and pains
Less prone to injury
Better walking
More calmness
More energy
Overall, learning the Alexander Technique is a positive, optimistic thing to do and I really hope that you discover some of the many benefits for yourself!
This course will give you a practical introduction to the Alexander Technique and also give you advice on how to keep learning at the end of the course. Alexander Technique is most often taught in lessons including hands-on contact from a teacher to help you learn. This course can be used alongside of a series of lessons or as a stand-alone introduction.
The course includes some guided movements including some which may challenge your balance. Please work within your own limitations and consult a medical professional before you attempt any activity that you may find challeg.
Anyone who would like to know more about the Alexander Technique and the benefits that it can bring to them.
Anyone who would like a practical introduction to the Alexander Technique where they are guided through learning activities rather than just learning the theory.
People suffering with back pain, RSI or other painful health conditions may find this course particularly useful
Musicians, Actors, Sports people and anyone involved interested in improving movements and performance
Anyone interested in maintaining or improving mobility and balance at any stage of life
Anyone interested in reducing excess tension, discomfort and pain





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