Lesson Information

The Alexander Technique is a method of neuromuscular re-education. It works directly with cognition to teach new ways of organizing movement in the field of gravity. Lessons are structured around daily activities (walking, getting down to the floor, speaking, lifting something up etc) that are opportunities to uncover and explore your habits of movement.

Doisneau - Feet on the wall, 1934
Doisneau - Feet on the wall, 1934

The lessons are tailored-made to you - your habits, your patterns, your questions, your blindspots. Each lesson is the product of an active collaboration between teacher and student - together we will create a shared language for your learning process to be engaging, sound and fun!

"Language, for the individual consciousness, lies on the border between oneself and another".

 

- Bakhtin

Your teacher, through senses-varied cues
(visual, tactile, verbal, kinaesthetic) will help you to gain knowledge and understanding of your own coordination and of our natural functioning as human beings. You will learn how to recognize and overcome patterns of tightening that impede and interfere with its effortlessly efficient design. The mundane settings of our explorations during the lessons will help you to bridge this learning into your own life. You will be on your way to learn a powerful, universal skill, applicable to all of life’s endeavours.

 

"As soon as people come with the idea of unlearning instead of learning, you have them in the frame of mind you want."
- F.M Alexander

Doisneau - The rolling kids, July 14th (Bastille day) 1949, Paris
Doisneau - The rolling kids, July 14th (Bastille day) 1949, Paris

FEES

100$/lesson
5 lessons - 450$
10 lessons - 800$

POLICIES

Cancelations are to be made within 24h of lesson time. Passed this time, and with no show, every lesson will be charged the full amount.
View the ATC code ethics

FAQ

How long are lessons?
Lessons are one on one and last 1 hour.

What do I need to bring to a lesson?
It is recommended to wear comfortable clothing during lessons, as to not restrict one's nts.

 

"No matter that we may mount on stilts, we still must walk on our own legs. And on the highest throne in the world, we still sit only on our own bottom."

 

- Michel de Montaigne

 

Testimonial

“Camille greets you as both a student and as a complete dynamic organism, not as a patient with a singular issue to 'cure'. I was at first interested in addressing a nagging neck issue, but with Camille's assistance I came to realize that how I was using my body was the source of the problems.”
- Chris A.

Testimonial

“Camille's practical exercises, knowledge, and patience towards all my questions and doubts won me over. She helped me untangle bad movement habits and I still think of the cues she gave me. She changed my posture, literally and figuratively!”
- Chris B.

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