October 2018 – Alexander Technique at Trinity Western University

This year I have the priviledge of returning to teach an Alexander Technique class for Trinity Western University in Langley.  This school has a dynamic music program with an internationally recognized choral component, and all of their music majors must take the repertory and studio class.  I will be teaching an introduction to the Alexander Technique on October 10th, 2018.  In the class I will cover many ideas and activities that are available in my standard introductory workshop for musicians.  This workshop is available to music groups on request, and I am able to customize it for a specific focus or instrument.  Please contact me at 250-716-3464 or info@soundbeingstudio.com for more information.

The Alexander Technique will help musicians:

  • Move with ease, grace, and poise
  • Improve kinaesthetic awareness & posture
  • Release muscle tension and tightness
  • Be energetic and efficient yet calm
  • Re-establish better balance
  • Change your habitual patterns of reaction
  • Perform activities with awareness and freedom
  • Learn recuperation and relaxation exercises for home
  • Understand your body’s design for efficient movement

 The Alexander Technique is taught at: Juilliard School of Performing Arts in New York, The Royal College of Music in London, The Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto and at many other music schools._who_we_are_web_1

TRINITY WESTERN UNIVERSITY
MUSIC 100 Repertory and Studio Class
A performance class for students of applied music for the purpose of gaining experience in public performance and increasing knowledge of music literature. Required of all music majors in each semester of the program.

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