Scheduled Dates

2/28/2018 07:00 PM - 09:00 PM Wed

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Alexander Technique: Principles for improving posture and relieving pain

The will be held on Wednesday, February 28, 2018
From 07:00 PM until 09:00 PM

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Located in : Minuteman High School, Library
Instructor: Jill Geiger

Regular Student: $45.00

Interested in improving your posture, moving with ease and reducing stiffness, pain, and tension? The Alexander Technique teaches how to unlearn common habits of tension that cause poor posture, stress, and neck/back/shoulder pains. For over 100 years, this practical, educational method has been used worldwide by musicians, actors, athletes, and people of all ages to restore good posture, balance and poise, and to experience lasting relief from chronic pain. This class will introduce the technique and how it can be applied to your everyday activities to help you feel, move, and look better. This is one classroom session held at Minuteman. The registration fee includes a private lesson at the instructor's Newton office, which will be scheduled individually with each participant.

Additional Information

The class was scheduled for 2/7, but due to a snow closing, the class will be held on 2/28/18.


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