Alexander Technique Workshop

Alexander Technique Workshop

Date: 1st May 2015
Time: 17:15 - 18:30
Venue: Stack Theatre, MTU Cork School of Music


School teaches us to do many things. Unfortunately, we are rarely taught to consider how we are while we are doing them. What if how you do is as important as what you do, in terms of freedom, ease and efficiency? What would your singing or your conducting be like if you learned to use just as much effort as you needed for the task, and no more?

This informative Introductory Lecture/Demonstration will introduce you to the Interactive Teaching Method (ITM) approach to the Alexander Technique. You will learn some key concepts that you can apply immediately, to experience improved mental and physical performance, enhancing co-ordination and ease in everyday tasks, as well as in more specialised activities, such as music, dance or sport.

By learning more about ourselves and the principles that govern all movement behaviour, we can greatly improve the quality of our performance and greatly enhance the quality of our lives in general.

It ain’t what you do, it’s the way that you do it!


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