Learn to work with gravity and live with grace in the face of Parkinson's Disease

Alexander Technique is a method of neuromuscular re-education, that works directly with your critical thinking to teach you new ways of organizing movement in the field of gravity. This educational process will help you to recognize and overcome reactive, habitual limitations in movement.

Who this can help

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Parkinsons Patients

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Pregnancy

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About the teacher

 

My name is Camille Cordroch. Learning the Alexander Technique has been the most interesting, challenging and rewarding piece of my education. I have taken this skill to learning how to ski from scratch, sail, and solve a Rubik’s cube (so far!) I am deeply imbued with how much this work has to offer and I can’t wait to share it with you.

Credentials :

  • Alexander Technique Teacher training - under the teachings of Gabriella Minnes Brandes and Marta Hunter, Vancouver, BC (2016-2019)
  • Acting school Cours Florent, Paris, France (2011-2013)
  • BA, French and Spanish literature, University of Rennes, France (2007-2011)

Experience the ease of movement, balance and freedom that comes from working with gravity instead of against it

gravity & grace focuses on six key elements

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Starting right where you are

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Creating an active and open collaboration between student and teacher

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Revealing your habits of thinking and movement

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Unlocking your true potential

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Expanding and integrating your understanding

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"Education is not filling a bucket, but lighting a fire."
- William Butler Yeats

About the man behind the Technique

Through experiments and a trial and error approach,  Frederick Mathias Alexander discovered the deep connection between use and function and the interconnected nature of  mind and body, usual dichotomy even carried out in our language.

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