The Alexander Technique is a simple and dynamic process of learning to restore your body’s natural balance and support.
It is an approach to mindfulness in motion, a dynamic process of learning to move more easily, freely and safely. Clients will experience a sense of lightness as their body comes into balance and they learn to let go of chronic tensions that interfere with your natural energy and poise.
Named after its founder, F.M. Alexander (1869-1955), the Alexander Technique has a century long track record in helping people improve postural poise, breathing and coordination in daily activities and skilled performance. The Technique has helped the elderly achieve greater physical comfort, improved balance and a renewed sense of safety and confidence. The Technique is a practical guide to approaching life with greater flexibility and harmony of body, mind, and spirit.
Re-envision yourself through a different lens!
The Technique offers a richer framework for embodied living
- a view from within – finding the wellspring of inner movement
- a quotidian view – finding poised balance and support for everyday living
- a view from science – anchoring experiential knowledge in the latest scientific discoveries
A powerful means of mind-body integration, the Alexander Technique guides you towards approaching your life with greater physical and mental flexibility and expressiveness — promoting harmony of body, mind, and spirit.
- Transform stress and pain into ease and mobility
- Improve coordination, flexibility, and agility
- Regain poised balance in everyday activities
- Add precision to artistic or athletic performance
- Improve communication with self and others
Do you suffer from back or neck pain? Aches and pains from poor posture? Balance problems? This Technique is for you!
Scientific Evidence –
Click here to see supporting evidence for the efficacy of the Alexander Technique
Your Alexander Technique Teacher
Glenna Batson, mAmSAT, ISATT
View the before and after tests of Glenna’s research on Alexander Technique and balance in the a group of 18 elderly participants (2007).
FAQs for Seniors – What to expect in a lesson if you’re a senior, or anyone!
Glenna, mAmSAT, is a member of various accredited bodies of the Alexander Technique
- American Society of the Alexander Technique www.amsatonline.org
- Alexander Technique International www.ati-net.com
- Teaching Guest, Alexander Technique Centre, Galway, Ireland
- World Associate, Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique (STAT, UK) www.stat.org.uk
- Irish Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique (ISATT) www. ISATT.ie See Glenna’s personal page on the ISATT website
- Teaching Associate, at ‘CBAS’ – Chesapeake Bay Alexander Technique Studies
To make an appointment with Glenna
+353 (0) 85 2549010 (phone/text Ireland)
+1919 6190008 (phone/text USA)